Turf – Sir Grange Zoysia

Description

Sir Grange is a beautiful thin bladed turf well known for its lush dark colour, thick texture and its ability to handle both shade areas and full sun.

Once established this variety of Zoysia is self-repairing, can handle high traffic, has very low maintenance needs in comparison to other common turf varieties, and has the benefit of being low allergenic, making it the ideal choice for kids and pets.

For more information on pricing, installation and maintenance give the Richmond Sand Gravel & Landscaping team a call today.

Features

Low allergenic

Sir Grange is also a low allergenic grass type, and its soft fine leaf texture is ideal for children and pets.

Benefits

High drought, sun and wear tolerance once established

Sir Grange is hardy and tough. It suits full sun situations and has high drought tolerance once established on a good sand/organic or 80/20 base of at least 100-200mm, which is an increasingly important consideration for both residential and commercial lawns. It also has a high tolerance for foot traffic and wear, with excellent self-repairing capability once the root zone is established to a depth of 200mm.

  • Can handle full sun
  • High drought tolerance (once established)
  • High wear tolerance (once established)
  • Self repairing
  • Minimal damage when scalped

High shade tolerance

Has your garden got areas of shade? Not a problem, Sir Grange Zoysia can handle it. Unlike some other common grass varieties that require full sun to thrive, Sir Grange has a very high tolerance of shady situations after establishment, needing minimal direct sunlight. Shade performance is maximised when wear in the shaded areas is minimal.

  • High shade tolerance (needs only 3 hours of direct sunlight/day once established)

Low maintenance and nutrient requirements

Less maintenance means more time to enjoy your garden! Sir Grange does not need to be mown as frequently as other common grass varieties, and also can be mown at a range of different heights to suit your garden and preference. Not only that, but it is less demanding of nutrients than other grass types!

  • Requires up to 50% less mowing than other common turf varieties
  • Can be mowed at a wide range of heights
  • Requires 75% less nitrogen than other common turf varieties and in many cases will need little to no fertiliser at all.