All sod is not created equal, and since 1993, Kellum Sod Farm, has been delivering top quality, 100% NC State certified centipede sod to Jacksonville and surrounding areas such as Swansboro, Sneads Ferry, Holly Ridge, Richlands, New Bern, and Hampstead. Conveniently located, Kellum Sod Farm has become a favorite for residential homeowners, and our superior quality has made us a favorite with the some of the best landscapers in the area. Our sod can be found in newly developed residential neighborhoods, large apartment complexes, and businesses in and around Onslow County. Various Department of Defense locations boast Kellum Sod Farm, such as main side Camp Lejeune, Camp Johnson, Marine Corp Air Station, and MARSOC. Please take a moment to browse our website where you will find valuable information on planning, pricing and delivery, and how to care for your new turf.
January 7th, 2019
* * We are now serving Ogden, along with parts of Wilmington and Leland. Please call for details and pricing.
We often get asked if we are still cutting sod this time of year. Although it wont take root and actively grow during the cool months, we do continue to cut and deliver turfgrass year round. If we can help you in any way, please give us a call.
Kellum Sod Farm offers delivery. just visit our pricing page for more details. Please be aware for planning purposes: during the spring and summer months, our delivery schedule fills quickly and can be 5-7 days out.
Just need a little bit of sod? No problem, you can schedule a pick up directly from our fields or office location. Just call ahead for our location and directions.
Although we don't usually offer in house installation, we work closely with several top landscapers in the area. Visit our contact page for a complete list.
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January 7th, 2019
If you have recently purchased sod or moved into a new construction home that has new sod, frequent watering is no longer need this year. For the remainder of the fall and winter, keep your eye on the new grass and use common sense about watering. If it looks dry, go ahead and do a light irrigation. Your centipede and other warm season grasses will not grow or take root until next spring. While some elect to do a fall/winter fertilization, we personally do not and recommend that you do the same. The biggest enemy of centipede lawns through the winter is standing water. Make preparations to keep water from heavy rainfall from pooling anywhere on your property.