Is a new lawn on the horizon for you? Not all lawns are the same so it's important you consider all the factors such as climate, use, soil type, water and maintenance levels.
Getting started - answer the following the questions?
- What is the lawn being used for?
- What is your climate like?
- What type of soil do you have?
- How much time can you spend caring for your lawn?
What are the different types?
Sir Walter Buffalo
There are so many reasons why Sir Walter is Australia’s No. 1 buffalo grass. Sir Walter Buffalo Lawn has stood the test of time, proving time and time again that it will go anywhere and grow anywhere. It is versatile and hardy, many factors which cause most other lawns a problem are not a problem for Sir Walter.
Eureka Kikuyu is a vigorous grower that stands up to a wide range of conditions. Good for both home lawns and larger spaces such as racecourses or parks.
The nullabor couch is the perfect choice for work, rest and play, it produces a manicured lawn with an attractive luscious green colour and fine leaf blades.
Rhizomatous Tall Fescue Grass (RTF)
A self-repairing grass that produces a thick, even, soft lawn and thrives in cold climate regions. RTF Fescue also features a leaf texture distinct from normal tall fescue varieties, being much softer to touch, gentle even on bare feet.
Wrapping it all up
|Sir Walter Buffalo||Eureka Kikuyu||Nullarbor Couch||RTF|
|Shade Tolerant||Very High||Very Low||Very Low||Medium|
|Water Requirements||Low||High||Medium||Very High|
|Fertilising Needs||Medium||Medium||High||Very High|
|Disease Resistance||Very High||Medium||Medium||Low|