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Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo grass is a new Australian lawn.  Kings Pride has excellent wear and recovery under high traffic and is drought hardy.

The dark green Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo prefers to be mowed lower than other Buffalo varieties as it has less thatch.

Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo loves both shade and full sun.

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Palmetto Soft Leaf Buffalo is an eye catching dark emerald green lawn.  This very soft, low allergenic Buffalo likes it’s slow growing vertical leaf kept long. Although Palmetto Buffalo loves full sun, it will strive in shaded areas.

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Kikuyu

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If you are looking for a good hardy lawn that doesn’t require much water (once established) then this is it.

Kikuyu grass is considered as the most drought resistant lawn on the market and is light to mid green in colour. It is a medium textured lawn with a strong growth structure creating superior drought tolerance. It is extremely hard wearing, soft to touch and fantastic for children, dogs and high traffic areas. It is well suited to Australia’s climate and is widely used in home lawns, nature strips, ovals, parks and schools.

While the Kikuyu thrives in full sunlight, can handle some shade, doesn’t like mostly shaded positions.

Kikuyu grass is a male sterile variety that does not spread by seed.

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Wintergreen Couch

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Wintergreen Couch is a very fine textured lawn with a strong growth structure providing superior drought tolerance. It is extremely hard wearing, soft to touch and fantastic for children, dogs and high traffic areas. It is well suited to Australia’s climate and is widely used in home lawns, sports grounds and golf courses.

Wintergreen Couch thrives in full sunlight, not liking shaded areas.

Wintergreen Couch grass has a creeping/runner growth and a deep root system, making it exceptionally fast with self repairing. It recovers rapidly from any wear and damage. The runners with their deep root system will however, find their way under any garden edges and pop up in your garden beds.

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