Convenient Pickup or Delivery

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Easy Pickup: Order by phone or online and pick up farm fresh premium sod from one of our four convenient locations.

Drop & Go Delivery: Our customer service extends across a wide delivery area. Order by phone or online, and we’ll drop pallets of farm fresh premium sod at your home or business and go — no contact necessary.

The NG Turf Difference

Premium Sod for 35+ Years: NG Turf has established itself as an industry leader throughout the Southeast, providing premium grass varieties backed by superior service and a one-year warranty. Our Certified Turf Professionals are available via live chat or phone to help answer your sod questions.

Choose the Best Variety for You.

 Our comparison charts rate each variety by Shade Performance, Drought Resistance, Disease Resistance, Fertilization Needs, Traffic Tolerance, Mowing Frequency and Speed of Recovery. 

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Recent Blog Entries

Education

Dollar Spot Prevention and Control

We’re marking a milestone anniversary, here at NG Turf. Thirty-five years ago, our founder and CEO Aaron McWhorter planted the first seeds that would become not only a thriving sod business, but also a trusted source of information for homeowners and turfgrass pros. Beginning with a small tract of Bermuda grass, NG Turf has grown to become a leading sod producer in the Southeast by focusing on premium product and stellar service.

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Education

On the Farm: Aaron McWhorter on 35 Years of Sod Success

We’re marking a milestone anniversary, here at NG Turf. Thirty-five years ago, our founder and CEO Aaron McWhorter planted the first seeds that would become not only a thriving sod business, but also a trusted source of information for homeowners and turfgrass pros. Beginning with a small tract of Bermuda grass, NG Turf has grown to become a leading sod producer in the Southeast by focusing on premium product and stellar service.

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Education

Save the Bees!

June 22–28 has been designated National Pollinator Week, a time to learn more about the important role of pollinators in our world and to discover ways to protect them. Bees are the most productive, but flies, wasps, ants, butterflies, moths and bats are also pollinators. Together they help about 75% of all flowering plants move pollen necessary for fertilization, including plants that bear some of our favorite fruits, vegetables and nuts. Unfortunately, pesticides, habitat loss, pollution and other factors have put our pollinators at serious risk.

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Farm Locations

Easy pick up or contactless delivery from one of our four North Georgia farms.