Ready to buy grass?
You may think all grass is the same, but we here at The Grass Store know that’s not the case. Grasses differ in their shades of green and in the thickness of their blades. Some hold up better to drought than others. Some create a denser carpet. Additionally, some repair more easily than others to tough athletic play.
That’s why we offer three major types of grasses – St. Augustine, Bermuda, and Zoysia – each in different varieties.
We can walk you through the ins and outs of these different varieties and help you make the best choice for your home lawn, recreational field, golf course, or commercial project. A family-owned and operated business, we’ve been selling grass and associated landscape supplies since 2006, and we’re always happy to share our expertise with you.
Everything you need for a stunning lawn
We know how precious your time can be. So when you’re ready to buy grass in Needville, look no further than The Grass Store’s convenient, online site where by typing in your zip code, you’ll find everything you need to quickly and without fanfare place your order for St. Augustine, Bermuda or Zoysia grasses.
Do you know the products you need but not necessarily the quantities? Our site has some handy materials calculators that completely eliminate the guesswork. Moreover, just as you don’t have to drive to Conroe to place your order, you don’t have to drive here to pick it up either.
We can deliver it to your home or jobsite.
What we love in Needville, TX
That’s an easy one! This small city in Fort Bend County is home to the Brazos Bend State Park, a nature-lover’s dream. This 4,897-acre park is home to swamps and marshes, lakes and hardwood forests with some thirty-five miles of hiking and biking trails. Why you can even bring your horses on some of them!
Do you have little ones? There are wide gravel trails that are suitable for casual bike riding and pushing strollers. If you’re into more topographically-challenging mountain biking, the Elm Lake Trail provides riders with alternate views of Elm Lake on one side and marshes filled with alligators on the other.
Enjoy a day of discovering nature, then gather together at one of the Park’s picnic pavilions for a hearty meal. Or better yet, rent a cabin and make it a weekend adventure.