Seashore Paspalum was originally marketed for golf greens and tees, especially in salt-challenged environments. Seashore Paspalum is a warm-season perennial grass that spreads by stolons. The stolons and leaves of Seashore Paspalum are slightly coarser than those of Bermuda grass. However, when mowed regularly at heights of 1 inch or less, the grass produces a dense turf. One of the outstanding characteristics of Seashore Paspalum is its tolerance to saline soils. Seashore Paspalum grass thrives in moist sites. It tolerates wet conditions much better than Bermuda grass. Seashore Paspalum’s drought tolerance is similar to that of Centipede grass.
El Toro Zoysia is a dense, fine-textured, medium green colored, and highly durable turf grass that uses a deep root system and has a high drought tolerance. El Toro Zoysia has superior tolerance to Zoysia rust and also has excellent wear resistance and can be used in full sun or light shade. El Toro Zoysia is the most popular turf grass in Hawaii