No, it actually comes on a variety of types so that you can select “sod” based on your location: how much sunlight you get, traffic in the area, color, etc. Here is a great site on how to select the sod that’s best for you and your location: http://landscaping.suite101.com/article.cfm/types_of_sod
It can also be a mix of grasses. Sod is grown on specialist local farms and they can provide you with what you need. It generally is native type of grass to suit the climate of the area.
Sod comes in several different varieties. For example Kentucky bluegrass and fescues work well in northern climates, while bermuda and centipede are found in the south. The right type for you depends on your climate, exposure, location, and a variety of other factors. Check the link to see what type is best for you.
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