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The climate in Texas can be tough on grass. Fortunately, The Grass Store offers the toughest grasses to handle it. When you need drought-resistant shade grass, our Palmetto St. Augustine is the best on the market. If you prefer Bermuda grasses but want something darker and denser than most, our Celebration Bermuda may be the right choice for you.
When you have less time for maintenance but still want a lawn that can stand up to drought, shade, and cold, consider our slow-growing Emerald Zoysia. Whatever your lawn needs may be, we have grass that will fit the bill. Give us a call or check us out online.
Your grass solution for residential & commercial lawns
Buying grass online in Fort Bend County couldn’t be easier with The Grass Store. Just visit our website, type in your zip code, and you’ll find everything within your reach to order St. Augustine, Bermuda, or Zoysia grasses you need. If you need stone or rock, gravel, mulch, or soil, you can order that on our website as well. We even provide convenient calculators to help you figure out just how much sod, mulch, or soil you need to buy.
Our mulches and soils are always in stock, and you can buy them in bulk or bagged. When it comes to picking up your order, we’ve got your back. We’ll have it delivered right to your door. Now how’s that for customer service?
What we love about Rosenberg, TX
A sure bet is Larry Callie’s Black Cowboy Museum. What this small, storefront museum lacks in size, it more than makes up for in its collection of cowboy artifacts and personal stories. Learn all about beloved cowboys like wild west show performer Willie “Bill” Pickett. See the world through the eyes of former slave, rodeo showman, Pullman porter, and author, Nat Love. Follow the storied career of former slave Bass Reeves who went on to become a deputy U.S. marshal.
Another favorite is the Rosenberg Railroad Museum where visitors get a nice overview of the history of railroading in Fort Bend. Check out the model train layouts. Take yourself up to the observation deck to watch the passing trains. After your visit, round out your day with a stop at the Ol’ Railroad Cafe for some great Texas-style burgers!