The most common varieties of turf grasses planted in Florida by the seeding method are Bahia, Bermuda, carpet and centipede. The optimal time to sow warm-season grass seed in Florida is spring and summer, according to the University of Florida. St. Augustine is commonly found as sod but is rarely found in its seed form.
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