As the closest sod farm to the Tampa bay area, our sod couldn't be any fresher for your yard project! Pickup at our farm, call for delivery or request a free installation estimate.
Pick up your sod fresh from the field! All our sod is cut fresh and to order. We never cut it ahead of time. We have sod fields in Ruskin, Wimauma and Parrish. Varieties of sod available at each location will vary so please call us before coming out! A pallet of sod will weigh roughly 3000lbs and will be on a wooden pallet 4 ft x 4 ft square. Please check your vehicles payload and towing capacity if you want to pick up your sod. Call us for sod prices!
Sod delivery is a very popular option for many of our customers, from one pallet to truckloads. We deliver sod throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough, Sarasota, Manatee, Polk, Pasco, Hernando, Charlotte counties and across the state. Call us today for a delivery quote.
Council Growers Sod Farm can install sod in your yard in Brandon, Riverview, Valrico, Seffner, Fishhawk, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Wimauma, Ellenton, Parrish, St Pete, and Bradenton. Call today for a free estimate!
All sod is grown in the field in full sun so any variety of grass will grow in full sun in your yard. With regard to shade, while no sod will survive in a great deal of shade, some will do better than others in moderate shade. To help you consider your options for your yard please refer to our shade scale.
Florida is a great place to live if you’re thinking about re-sodding your lawn. Unless we’re expecting extreme temperatures or a hurricane, sod can be installed almost any time of the year. New sod will always need watering during the first weeks to ensure it will root properly. Too much water can result in disease so be sure to follow watering guidelines for your sod.
How much you'll pay for sod will depend on the variety of grass you get. One of the biggest factors will be how much shade you have in your yard. Use our Shade Scale to help you select your sod.
We grow and sell over 10 types of Florida grass and ground cover for your yard. Some of the things to consider when making a decision about what will work best in your yard are soil, amount of sun or shade, your commitment to watering, how much maintenance you’re willing to put in, the amount of traffic the turf must take, not to mention the look you’re going for. Take a look at the Varieties page to find the right sod solution for you or give us a call!