Sir Walter Buffalo Turf
Sir Walter has firmly planted itself as Australia’s favourite lawn, and Australia’s best home lawn, with over 50 million metres being sold since it was first introduced in 1997. Why has it become so popular? Without a doubt Sir Walter soft leaf buffalo lawn has proved to be the best performing lawn turf for our harsh Australian conditions, from the cool tablelands, the dry west to the tropical north. No other lawn turf combines such a comprehensive range of attributes into one easy-to-care-for variety:
Matilda Buffalo Turf
Matilda soft leaf buffalo turf is great for kids and pets alike. It has an outstanding summer and winter colour, Softness, Drought Tolerance and wear resistance, as well as being salt tolerant and disease resistant. It’s the perfect soft under foot turf for the kids to run around on but has amazing wear resistance. you will never want to wear shoes when you have Matilda turf in your front & back yard.
A recent research study conducted by HAL demonstrated that under rigorous testing Matilda soft leaf Buffalo was one of the most consistent top performing turf varieties.
Good for home lawns, racecourses, parks and reserves, golf tees and fairways. Kikuyu is a great solution for planting out larger areas and erosion control, given the rapid aggressive spread of its runners in favourable conditions. Its tolerance water logged soils can also make it the best choice for transpiration areas. This grass grows faster than any other lawn grass and as a result is most suited to large open expanses, sports fields etc., where mowing, invasion of gardens or shade is not an issue. It will only thrive in the sun; however, can cope with a few hours in the shade.
Couch Lawn is your perfect choice for a low manicured lawn that stands out in your street. Couch will give long lasting performance in full sun areas. Couch makes a good environmentally friendly playing surface when frequently mowed every 5-7 days in summer. A great lawn for sunny areas. Couch is a fine leaf lawn that grows best in full sun and requires at least 6 hours of sunlight per day.