TifBlairTM - the Certified Centipede Grass

Perfect for Cooler Climates

Requires Less Mowing

Grows in Acidic Soils

Exceptionally Vigorous And Hearty

Make Your Lawn the Envy of the Neighborhood


Cold Weather Tolerant


Requires Less Mowing


Vigorous and Hearty


Carpet-Like Feel


Uses Less Fertilizer

Time For a Cool Change For Your Lawn

Hand touching TifBlair Centipede grass

With TifBlair Centipede, you might say we’re boldly taking a centipede grass cultivar to places it’s never been before—the cooler transition zone— or USDA  Growing Zone 7, to be exact. This slow-growing grass needs less mowing, and less fertilization to retain its beauty.  Developed after extensive research at the University of Georgia, this is what you get when science and nature put their heads together.  We’ve done all the hard work, so you don’t have to.

 Key Benefits of TifBlair Centipede Grass

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TifBlair Centipede Grass is dense, hearty, and beautiful and thrives in cooler and transition climates! Please see the map for further detail.

  • The World’s Only Certified Centipede Grass.
  • Thrives in Cooler and Transition Climates (Zone 7).
  • Grows in Acidic Soils.
  • Root System 2-3 Times Larger Than Common.
  • Slower Growth Requires Less Mowing.
  • Requires Less Fertilization.

Frequently Asked Questions About TifBlair Centipede

How much water does my TifBlair Centipede lawn need?

How often and how much should I fertilize TifBlair Centipede?

What height is best for mowing TifBlair Centipede?

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TifBlair Certified Centipede Technical Specifications


  • The first and only Certified Centipede.
  • Produces more stolons and more leaves.
  • Slow growing.
  • Late season color retention.

Improved Plant Vigor

  • Performs well in acid soils.
  • Greater cold tolerance than other centipede varieties.
  • Deep rooting.
  • Minimal fertility requirements.

Cultural Practices

  • Suggested mowing height 2″.
  • Apply approximately 1″ of water per week.
  • Apply between 1 – 2 pounds of nitrogen (N) per 1,000 square feet annually, during the growing season.
  • Only herbicides labeled for use on centipede should be applied.

Certified Purity & Uniformity

  • TifBlair is licensed exclusively to The Turfgrass Group, Inc. and its sub-licensees.
  • TifBlair Centipede is available only through a select group of licensed certified producers.
  • TifBlair Centipede is grown & sold under a rigorous set of rules & guidelines designed to promote on-going quality, purity, and uniformity.

State Certification

  • Certification is the only method of assuring the consumer is receiving the variety they purchased.
  • TifBlair Centipede can only be produced and sold as a Certified turfgrass variety, unlike many other varieties.
  • Certification agencies in each state inspect all TifBlair production fields regularly, protecting the interests of the consumer by providing a third-party system of quality control.

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