Transform Your Yard With Lush Greenery

Transform your lackluster lawn and revitalize your outdoor space with our top-notch sod solutions!

From Our Turf To Your Toes: #LincolnSodSolutions

As a family-owned and operated business, Lincoln Sand & Rock understands the importance of having a beautiful outdoor space that brings joy and comfort to your life. That’s why we are excited to offer our premium sod Solutions, bringing you the best sod for your lawn. Our sod solutions let you enjoy the natural beauty and comfort of a lush lawn without the hassle of planting grass seeds and waiting for them to grow. With Lincoln Sod Solutions, you can transform your outdoor space into a beautiful and functional oasis that you and your loved ones can enjoy for years. So, join us on our journey to create beautiful outdoor spaces, one sod at a time.

Sod-Tastic Selections

Welcome to our Sod Selection, featuring a range of grasses, from drought-resistant to soft and lush surfaces, ensuring something for everyone. Explore our collection and find your perfect match today!
1. Warm Season Grasses
Get Your Yard Summer-Ready!

Bermuda Grass

A popular southern grass variety that is both drought and cold-tolerant, making it an excellent choice for areas with fluctuating temperatures. With strong resistance to disease and rapid spreading capabilities, it's a low-maintenance option that can thrive in almost any soil type.

St. Augustine Grass

A deep-rooted, tough, and fast-growing grass species is known for its remarkable shade and salt tolerance. Its lush, vibrant appearance and ability to withstand harsh coastal climates have made it a favorite among homeowners and landscapers. With its exceptional shade and salt tolerance, it is perfect for creating a stunning and inviting outdoor living space.

Buffalo Grass

Known for its slow growth, it is a unique and desirable option for those looking for a lawn that is both drought-tolerant and low maintenance. It can also withstand extreme heat, which is perfect for hot and dry climates. Buffalo Grass has a distinctive texture and color, adding a touch of natural beauty to any yard.

Zoysia Grass

A beautiful and durable turf that can resist drought and withstand heavy wear. Often called a "miracle grass," it boasts an exceptional appearance and texture that adds a touch of elegance to any landscape. With its unique features and adaptability to various climates, Zoysia Grass is a popular choice for many homeowners looking for a beautiful, resilient lawn.


An excellent choice for lawns with acidic and sandy soil types. This warm-season grass is highly resistant to wear and drought, making it an ideal option for a low-maintenance yard. One of the standout features of Bahiagrass is its resilience against pets, who typically have difficulty damaging this grass. While its fast growth means it provides a lush and healthy lawn.

2. Cool Season Grasses
Chase Away the Cold, Enjoy Lush Lawns!

Kentucky Bluegrass

A resilient turf that boasts a gorgeous green color and outstanding tolerance to damage. It can adapt well to extreme temperatures and moisture conditions, making it a top choice for homeowners who want a lush lawn all year round. This universal grass can thrive in both full sun and partial shade, and the maintenance requirements depend on the cultivar chosen. Kentucky Bluegrass is also renowned for its high quality and is widely recognized for its superior texture and density.

Fine Fescue

A popular choice for those seeking a low-maintenance turf option. With its shade tolerance and resistance to bugs, it requires minimal upkeep. Additionally, its dense and upright growth pattern creates an attractive lawn. But what sets Fine Fescue apart is its unique variety of cultivated endophytes that help protect the grass from bugs and pests. It's the perfect solution for an easy-to-care lawn that still looks great.

Perennial Ryegrass

Highly sought-after grass type for its durability and fast germination. It's perfect for those who want quick results and a lawn that can withstand heavy foot traffic. Perennial Ryegrass is known for its ability to establish itself rapidly, resulting in a lush and dense turf ideal for sports fields, playgrounds, and other high-traffic areas. Additionally, it boasts an attractive, bright green color that will impress. If you're looking for hard-wearing and fast-growing grass, Perennial Ryegrass is an excellent choice.

Tall Fescue

Its specialty lies in its ability to withstand high traffic while maintaining a dense, lush head of grass. It's also highly adaptable and can thrive in both sun and shade, making it an excellent option for various landscapes. Additionally, Tall Fescue is known for being drought-resistant, making it a low-maintenance choice for those looking to conserve water. Overall, Tall Fescue is a reliable and resilient grass variety that can make a great addition to any lawn.

Red Fescue

Known for its fine texture, it's often used in turf mixes and as a ground cover. What makes Red Fescue special is its ability to remain stable through periods of drought, making it an ideal choice for areas with little rainfall. Additionally, it is highly resistant to shade, making it an excellent option for areas with limited sunlight. Its adaptability to different conditions and its ability to stay lush with minimal watering make Red Fescue a superb choice for those seeking an easy-to-maintain lawn.

Go Green In California

Try Our Winning 90/10 Fescue-Bluegrass Blend! Our custom blend is 90% Fescue and 10% Bluegrass, making it a top-performing turf option for this region. Its adaptability to the California climate makes it the perfect choice for a lush and thriving lawn. Order yours today and experience the difference!
From Dirt To Dream Lawn
Rolling Out The Green Carpet: Our Step-By-Step Sod Installation!
Step 1
Preparing The Lawn
We ensure that the lawn area is already tilled and the final finish level has been made, with the grade level approximately one inch below sidewalks, sprinkler heads, etc. The soil should be moist, so we water it a day or two before installation. We want the soil to be moist but firm. Before laying the sod, we use a rake (or drag for larger areas) to level the topsoil. This levels out any small unevenness missed by our final grade in the preparation steps and create loose soil particles that the new roots can more firmly compress into when we lay the sod.
Step 2
Laying The Sod
We start laying the sod along a straight line, such as a sidewalk or driveway, or the side of a flowerbed along the house. As we lay out each piece in a row, we firmly push the end together, so the spaces between the pieces of sod are minimized. We lay two or three rows at a time (with rectangular sod) but keep each row staggered so that the joints are at different locations than the adjacent row. We use a cheap carpet knife to cut odd-shaped sod pieces. That way, the sod can fit around curves, sprinklers, plants, and other lawn obstacles.
Step 3
Rolling The Sod
After completing the sod lawn, we roll the sod with a lawn roller. The roller causes the roots of the sod to make firm contact with the new soil under the sod. This allows for faster “knitting” of the roots into their new soil home.
Step 4
Watering The Lawn
We water the lawn area we have planted regularly, usually daily, for newly sodded lawns unless it rains. After the first week, we stretch the time between watering so the roots will grow downward toward the soil moisture. All that is left is to wait and mow the new sod lawn for the first time in about three weeks.