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Landscaping and Sod Experts in DFW

15651 US Hwy 80, Sunnyvale, TX 75182
Phone: (972) 427-4418


Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

Open Saturdays March-October 8am-2pm
Closed Saturdays November-February

Elegant landscaping is an important part of personalizing your property. For help transforming your yard into a beautiful oasis, let Starr Turf Grass provide sod, flagstone, and other materials. We’ve supplied the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with landscaping materials for over 25 years.

Our products and services

Sod grass: We are the DFW sod experts and can properly help maintain your lawn.

Grass: Starr Turf Grass has a wide selection of sod and grass options for your property.

Landscaping: From soil and sand to gravels and mulches, we provide residential and commercial landscaping services for all of our customers in Sunnyvale, TX, and beyond.

Stone: Starr Turf can help with your outdoor stone work, adding a sophisticated touch to any backyard area.

Types of grass: Turn to our expertise to learn about which type of grass is best for your property.

Driving to Our Sunnyvale Location

If you’re coming from the west, take I-30 E until you get to the exit for US-80 E toward Terrell. Take the exit for Lawson Rd, merge onto the highway service road, and continue straight for about a quarter of a mile. You’ll see our landscaping facility on the right.

What’s Nearby

Devil’s Bowl Speedway

Town East Mall

Mesquite Metro Airport

Texas underwent a tumultuous history during the 19 th century. Mexico declared independence from Spain, Texas declared independence from Mexico, and Texas became a part of the United States only to secede from the Union shortly thereafter. Once things settled down, the town of Mesquite was founded along a railroad line in 1878. The city was officially incorporated in 1887, and remained a rural community for several decades.

Mesquite underwent considerable suburban development after World War II, and now has a population of more than 140,000 people. The city did not permit the sale of beer and wine until 2011. The Mesquite Tower—which boasts Eiffel-Tower-like latticework—is one of the most notable structures in the city.