Seashore paspalum is known for its good wear tolerance
and high salt tolerance. Seashore paspalum is mostly used on golf
courses situated in warm seasoned areas, but is also gaining popularity
on sports fields and personal lawns.
Until 2005 the only way to establish seashore paspalum was by sod, sprigs or stolons. After 2005 the first seeded seashore paspalum, Sea Spray, became readily available.