Zeon® Zoysia Zoysiagrass

Plush And Luxurious Feel

Extraordinary Visual Appeal

Easy Care And Maintenance

Exceptionally Vigorous And Hearty

A Lawn That Will Make the Plushest Carpet Green With Envy!

Zeon Zoysia turf grass
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Barefoot Friendly

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Easy To Maintain

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Great In The Shade

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Dense And Hearty

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Cold Weather Tolerant

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Uses Less Fertilizer

 Zeon Zoysiagrass Will Provide Any Landscape With The Wow Factor!

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First impressions count. That’s especially true of your lawn. Our patented superior fine-bladed Zeon® Zoysiagrass has the ‘wow’ factor that makes it the envy of neighbors, sod producers and turf breeders alike. And it’s as resilient as it is gorgeous… for a thick, fragrant carpet of grass, you’ll want to walk through in your bare feet. Zeon is considered to be the most beautiful of all the warm-season turfgrass cultivars. Just ask your neighbor.

 Key Benefits of Zeon Zoysiagrass

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Zeon Zoysiagrass is a luxurious and resilient turf grass ideal for use in the "sunbelt" areas of the country and stretches further into the northeast region that many other warm-climate varietals! Please see the map for further detail.

  • Exceptional shade and drought tolerance.
  • Fine bladed-with vertical leaf posture.
  • Deep green in color for extraordinary appeal.
  • Excellent late season color retention and early spring green-up.
  • Short stolon and internode length.
  • Vigorous root, stolon, and rhizome production.
  • Available only through licensed growers.

Frequently Asked Questions About Zeon Zoysiagrass

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Zeon Zoysia Technical Specifications 

Zeon Characteristics

  • Exceptional shade & drought tolerance
  • Fine-bladed with vertical leaf posture
  • Deep green in color with extraordinary visual appeal
  • Excellent late season color retention & early spring green-up
  • Short stolon & internode length
  • Vigorous root, stolon and rhizome production
  • Available only through licensed producers

Improved Plant Vigor

  • Zeon’s extensive root system, high stolon frequency, and vigorous rhizome growth produces a thick compact turf that recovers quickly from injury
  • Zeon’s turf quality tested much higher, compared to other zoysia cultivars in the National Zoysiagrass tests
  • In controlled testing by the National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP), Zeon produced less thatch than all other zoysia cultivars except ‘JaMur’ another of The Turfgrass Group, Inc. varieties
  • Zeon will consistently establish in a wide variety of soil types
  • Zeon exhibited superior genetic characteristics in replicated turf stress trials in Illinois, Georgia, & Texas

Cultural Practices

  • When maintained at 1-2” Zeon has the feel of a Bermuda type. This is definitely “Barefoot Grass”
  • In golf course fairway applications, Zeon can be maintained at as low as 3/8” mowing height
  • Zeon can be easily maintained using a standard rotary type lawnmower
  • All herbicides and fertilizers necessary for the maintenance of Zeon can be purchased at your local nursery or hardware store
  • All herbicides used on other zoysia cultivars can be safely applied to Zeon Zoysia

Certified Purity & Uniformity

  • Zeon is licensed in the Southeastern U.S., Hawaii, and Australia exclusively to The Turfgrass Group, Inc. and its sub-licensees.
  • Zeon is available only through a select group of licensed certified producers
  • Zeon 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
  • Zeon can only be produced and sold as a Certified turfgrass variety, unlike many other varieties
  • Certification agencies in each state inspect all Zeon production fields regularly, protecting the interests of the consumer by providing a third party system of quality control

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