A blend of tough, carpet-forming Kikuyu and Annual Ryegrass, suited to warmer areas. Kikuyu is excellent for high traffic areas, coastal gardens and drought-prone districts, in frost-free regions of New Zealand. Fast-germinating Ryegrass helps to reduce weed competition while the Kikuyu seeds establish.

Features

Excellent Coastal Lawn.

Ideal for Drought-Prone Areas.

  • Bright green in colour
  • Dense growth, medium blade
  • Germinates in 7 days*
  • Great for high-traffic areas
  • Resistant to wear and tear
  • Suitable for warmer climates
  • Added Zeolite to build soil health
  • Kikuyu and Ryegrass blend

*Ryegrass will appear in 7 days, in favourable conditions provided sowing directions are followed. Kikuyu seed may take 7-21 days to germinate. Germination may take longer than specified if the soil temperature is below 12°C and when the soil is not kept sufficiently moist.

Yates® Kikuyu Lawn Seed will always have the same seed blend, giving your lawn a consistent colour and texture time and time again.



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