Andy: Okay, we’re ready for sod of Bob’s. As you can see, we’ve taken all the organics out of the lawn area which is basically the dead side or any kind of weeds that had here. Bob inc case you thought it was but they’re actually weeds. We’d kill them all around up. We’ve clean them all up and we’ve done our grating. We’ve taken the sod down the 2 inches around the curb in the driveway where it’s meeting the hard surface so it’s not sticking up. And Bob has actually picked his Zoysia grass which is a finer grass. It’s still a rhizome growing grass but it’s a real soft grass compared to like a St. Augustine which is another common variety in Central Florida. So I’m going to show you how Bob has put this up. Okay Bob, okay? Brown. Green. Bottom. Top. Okay? There you go. Bob: I’m color blind. Andy: Furry one. You use the furry one okay Bob? Bob: Furry? Andy: Yeah furry. You see it’s starting to stagger its joint here so we don’t have lines on our sod. This actually helps it form and growing a little bit quicker and look a little bit better. Nice tight joints between the sod, this keeps the weeds from coming up and also keeps the sod from drying out. We’re going to put one down make it look like I did something. That’s another great Landscape Renovator tip because remember, great yards don’t grow on tree that’s why you need the landscape renovator.
Andy Robinson, better known as The Landscape Renovator has over 25 years of landscape architecture and landscape design experience.
Andy has the "know how" and friendly approach that will make your landscape renovation a one of a kind experience.