Stover Seed has an extensive supply of native grasses, flower and shrub seeds for the Southwest. We carry hundreds of species that can be custom mixed to your specification. We provide site visitation and specifications throughout Southern California. In addition, we offer mulches, tackifiers, inoculants and fertilizers for the benefit of the hydroseeder and/or golf course superintendent.
Please feel free to contact us regarding your specific golf course needs.
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Wildflower Planting for Golf Courses
The creation of a wildflower area for a golf course situation involves vision, planning, consultation and preparation.
Establishing a wildflower area can provide a feeding/nesting area for animals, add color accent to an otherwise non-descript hole or be something as simple as wanting to break up the monotony of grass, trees, sand and water.
Arden 15 is successor to Princess 77 hybrid Bermuda grass. Click here.
Partnering with Nature: North Ranch Country Club Turf Reduction Project conserves water and encourages establishment of native plant species. Click here.
Trouble Weathering This Historic Drought? Stover Seed Specialists can see you through the rough patches. Click here.
From the fairway to the rough: turf species conversions save water and enhance play. Click here.
Stoneridge Country Club sweetens play with True Putt creeping bluegrass. Click here.
Black Gold Golf Club converts to Kikuyu Grass for better playability and lowered maintenance. Click here.
Custom Seed Mixes Add Color and Texture to Out-of-Play Areas. Click here.
Versatile and Resilient: Native Grasses of California, Arizona & Nevada Enhance Naturalized Golf Course Zones. Click here.
Creeping Red Fescue Project Enhances Sierra Lakes Golf Course. Click here.
Claremont Golf Course Tyee Bentgrass A Proven Winner in Greens Conversion Project. Click here.
Wildflowers of the Desert Southwest It's Not Too Late to Improve Golf Course Aesthetics. Click here.
Black Gold Kikuyu Grass
Conversion: Once considered a nuisance grass, Kikuyu is giving this Fullerton, California golf course a facelift. Click here.
Creeping Bent Grass enhances playability of Rancho Bernardo Country Club Golf Course. Click here.
Sunnylands Golf Course Renovation: Use of native grasses enhances elegance of historic venue. Click here.
Kikuyugrass: Long considered an invasive weed, this warm-season grass is managed by many courses as a desirable turf species. Click here .pdf, .doc
Converting golf courses to Kikuyugrass. Click here .pdf, .doc
Mycorrhizae: A brief description and the benefits this fungi provides. Click here.
Native Grass Conversion: Issues to consider before converting rough areas to native grasses. Click here.
Wildflower Seeding in the Desert: Learn what issues to consider in order to achieve success. Click here.
Stover Announces: New Faster Spreading Perennial Ryegrass Blend. Click Here
True Putt Seed: Trump National World Class Turf Creates World Class Greens. Click Here