Hard Wearing Garden Turf

£4.20 inc. VAT

Coverage: Only available for Wednesday deliveries
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Description

Our Hard Wearing Garden Turf has been Specially designed to need less moisture and withstand dry conditions, this turf is the future of lawns for many UK householders faced with water scarcity and frequent hosepipe bans. The robust nature of  Hard Wearing Garden Turf means it is extra hard-wearing and copes much better with partially shaded areas.

An incredibly hard-wearing mix, this grade of Turf is great in situations where having a deep rooting system is important; capable of withstanding heavy traffic, our Hard Wearing Garden Turf  has been used on Football pitches and Rugby fields. The hard-wearing nature of our Turf makes it especially suitable to family gardens where children play.

– Suitable for varying UK climate and weather

– Tolerant of both heat and drought

– Resistant to wear and tear

– Attractive appearance

– Requires less fertiliser

– Unaffected by changes in climate

– Easy to maintain

Delivery:  Our Hard Wearing Garden Turf is a specialist grade and is currently being harvested on a Tuesday and available for Wednesday delivery only. For large orders we may be able to amend the delivery date. This grade is available in 1 square metre rolls and also Large 20m2 Jumbo rolls for large installations

Mowing:  Hard Wearing Garden Turf turf should be mowed frequently enough so that no more than one third of the height is removed at one time. Spring mowing can be reduced by applying an autumn fertiliser and not fertilising in early spring.

Watering: Hard Wearing Garden Turf does not need to be watered during the summer to keep it green. Avoid spring irrigation, as this reduces drought tolerance in the summer and contributes to excessive growth. During prolonged periods of dry weather the grass may need occasional watering. Please note that any grade of turf will need watering in when it is initially laid until the turf has established.

Fertilising: The most important time to apply fertiliser is in the autumn. Spring applications cause excessive growth leading to increased mowing. A slow release fertiliser should be applied in May so growth is not too fast into summer. Too much top growth can prevent the healthy root growth needed to tolerate summer stress.