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SodPods™ CitraBlue® St. Augustine Grass Plugs

Ships Mon-Wed; order by 11am the previous business day.

SodPods are a type of grass plug that are great for filling in bare spots or testing the performance of a turfgrass variety. Our SodPods are available in 16, 32, and 64-count trays. With CitraBlue St. Augustine grass plugs, you can expect rapid establishment, reduced water requirements compared to seeds, and a soft-textured, gorgeous blue-green lawn that’s easy to maintain.



SodPods are individual turf plants grown in trays. They are small clumps of grass that can be used to repair damaged areas of lawns, fill in patches of bare soil, trial a new grass type, or even start a new lawn. SodPod grass plugs are relatively inexpensive and easy to plant, and they grow quickly enough that you won’t have to wait long before they look good in your lawn. Here are some benefits of using grass plugs:

  • Grass plugs establish faster and require less water than seed.
  • Grass plugs are a more affordable option compared to sod, making them a cost-effective choice.
  • CitraBlue St. Augustine SodPods are easy to establish and easy to maintain.
  • They provide a natural solution for repairing a damaged lawn, particularly in small areas.
  • You can use SodPod grass plugs for fun and creative DIY projects.
  • They are effective for repairing or filling in damaged spots.
  • You can test different grass varieties before committing to a full sod order.
CitraBlue St. Augustine is a testament to the perfect lawn, offering a rich, dark blue-green color that enhances the visual appeal of any landscape. With its fine blades, soft texture, and excellent wear tolerance, CitraBlue is the ideal choice for creating a resilient and attractive lawn. This warm season grass excels in areas with ample sunlight, demonstrating outstanding drought tolerance and adaptability to various soil types. Whether you're looking to transform your entire yard or just a portion of it, CitraBlue St. Augustine provides the effortless path to a lush, green paradise right outside your door. CitraBlue St. Augustine Grass Plugs have several features that make them an excellent choice for lawns. These features include:
  • Reduced mowing
  • Top-rated shade tolerance
  • Drought tough
  • Improved disease resistance
  • Striking blue-green color
  • More competitive against weeds
Color: Blue-Green
Texture: Soft
Spring Green Up: Good
Wear/Injury: Good
Insect: Medium
Disease: Good
Weed: Excellent
Heat: Excellent
Cold: Good
Shade: Excellent
Drought: Good
Salt: Good
Wear: Good
Mow Height: 2-3 inches
Maintenance: Low
Growth: Rapid Horizontal Growth

Our SodPods are available in 16, 32, and 64-count trays that cover 20, 40, and 80 square feet, respectively, when spaced 9–18 inches apart on center in a grid format. For quicker ground cover, plant each sod pod closer together. Each SodPod is 3 inches long x 3 inches wide x 3 inches tall.

SodPod Tray Count Square Feet Covered
16-count tray 20 square feet
32-count tray 40 square feet
64-count tray 80 square feet

To install grass plugs, follow these steps:

  1. Collect a soil sample and make any required soil amendments to create a conducive environment for plugs to grow.
  2. Prepare the soil by removing any weeds or debris. Mow existing lawn close to the ground. Rake the soil smooth and level.
  3. Water the soil thoroughly.
  4. Dig up or use an auger bit to drill holes for the plugs, spacing each hole 6–18 inches apart.
  5. Fertilize the holes before planting the grass plugs with a fertilizer that has a lot of phosphorus like Lawnifi Grow, the first bottle of the New Lawn Starter Box. Use Soil Moist Granules to reduce plant stress and watering.
  6. Press the plugs into the soil firmly, and use additional soil to fill the holes, ensuring the plugs are securely positioned and upright in the ground. The grass blades should be level with the ground.
  7. Keep the soil moist 6–8 inches deep every day until the plugs are established for the first 10–20 days after installation. This may require 2–4 waterings per day. Once new runners start to appear, decrease watering to twice a week.
  8. Ensure firm root establishment before mowing; gently tug a section to check. Mow only when the grass is dry to avoid soil compression and root issues. Set your mower at the highest level initially to prevent a vacuum effect; lower it gradually for future mowings.

Plug trays ship Monday-Wednesday with an 11am cut-off the prior business day.

Order Time Ship Day Delivery ETA
11am Tuesday – 11am Friday Monday Thursday/Friday
11am Friday – 11am Monday Tuesday Friday/Saturday
11am Monday – 11am Tuesday Wednesday Saturday/Sunday

For cost-effective shipping, remember that 3 plug trays fit in a single box. Consider ordering 3 at a time if you anticipate needing more to cover your area. Save on shipping and enjoy your lush, green lawn!

It’s important to note that your plugs are living plants. After receiving the package, unpack the plug trays from the box right away. Some slight discoloration from lack of oxygen and sunlight during shipping may occur. Place the trays in a single layer and water the plugs immediately. We recommend planting your grass plugs as soon as possible but don’t worry if you can’t get to them right away, keep them moist until you are ready to plant them. For planting details click here.


Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Peggy S. (North Richland Hills, TX)
32 Pack CitraBlue® St. Augustine SodPods™

Arrived on time and in good condition. After planting they established well.

G.M. (Hewitt, TX)
Citra Blue Plugs

Received the plugs within 4 days of shipping in very good condition. Kept them soaked before planting them 2 days later. So far so good. The test will be if Citra Blue really is more shade tolerant. I’ll update my review once I see some progress.

Charles C. (Evansville, IN)
Something new

I ordered these plugs to take care of a bear area in my backyard around the pond. They seem to be growing very fast, and it looks like I will get some good coverage.

William U. (Warner Robins, GA)
CitraBlue plugs

Received in good condition & healthy, Plugs planted & so far so good. Plugs recieved last year (also CitrBlue) seem to be healthy & coming out of winter "sleep" fairly well - limited spreading so far though (central GA). With these re-enforcements monitoring closely for spreading this year.

Cas M. (New Braunfels, TX)

So far so good. Delivered in great shape

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