Zoysia Grass Plugs


IF YOUR ORDER IS SHIPPING TO: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, KS, MS, MT, ND, NE, NV, OK, SD or TX you must order a minimum of 100 plugs (2 trays). Please allow additional handling time for shipments to these states for U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection and certification. WE CANNOT SHIP TO: AK, HI, UT, ID, OR, NM or WA.

These Zoysia Grass Plugs are ready for planting in your lawn; they are fully mature and many are producing runners.  Each tray has 50 plugs that measure 1.75" x 1.75" x 2" inches deep.  Compare that to other sellers who sell cut up sod.  Our plugs are grown in the trays a rich soil mixture that feeds the Zoysia Plugs while they grow in your yard.


Zenith® Zoysia is a great choice for home lawns throughout the country. Zenith has shown in study after study to be one of the most cold-tolerant and heat-tolerant zoysia varieties, and its blade looks very similar to kentucky bluegrass and tall fescue.  According to NTEP trials across the country, Zenith greens up earlier than Meyer in the Spring and also has better dollar spot disease resistance.

One advantage of our plugs is that there is little to no transplant shock because they are grown in the trays. This allows the plug to take root and grow faster as it doesn't require time to recover from transplant shock.

Zenith Zoysia Specifications:

  • Great shade tolerance.  Does well in full sun to partial shade
  • Grows well in extreme heat and cold (Grows well in USDA zones 6 to 10)
  • Low nitrogen requirement
  • Grows slowly and needs infrequent mowing

Water Requirement  Low
Color Emerald Green
Texture Medium - very similar to Tall Fescue
Plugs per Tray
50 Plugs - 1.75"x1.75" x2" deep


Follow our planting instructions guide and then just make sure you keep them well watered for the first 3 weeks.


Orders are shipped via UPS on Monday - Thursday. The shipping time provided in the cart prior to checkout is estimated. If a holiday falls on a shipping date, orders will go out the following business day.

Please Note: Plugs shipped in fall/winter will be dormant and will have a brown/yellow appearance