Grasses, Ground Covers & Lawns

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  • Dead Patches in Lawns/Dogs Diet

    Circular dead patches in your lawn can be caused by your female dog urinating in the middle of the lawn. ... read more
  • Laying Turf

    NOTE:  THE HEAT WAVE HAS COME IN MANY PARTS OF AUSTRALIA SINCE FILMING.  ALTHOUGH YOU CAN SAFELY LAY TURF ON... read more
  • Yellow Patches In Lawn

      Yellow patches in lawn are often caused by a desexed male or a female dog squatting on the lawn. ... read more
  • New Zealand Flax

    New Zealand has given the world some fabulous plants, including the New Zealand Christmas tree or pohutukawa (Metrosideros excelsa) and... read more
  • bindii

    Bindii

    Many parts of Australia have been affected by drought in recent times. Lawns in those areas have tended to thin... read more
  • Ground Covers

    There are many versatile native plants that not only make excellent ground covers or container plants, but also fit very... read more
  • Mini Mondo Grass

    Mini Mondo Grass For practical outdoor areas concrete slabs or tiles are a suitable finish but can look bleak and... read more
  • Shademaster or Soft Buffalo Grass

      ‘Shademaster’ or Soft Buffalo Grass A lush green lawn adds beauty and value to any home. Unfortunately, a more... read more
  • Soft Buffalo

      Soft Buffalo One of the best lawn grasses for shady areas has always been buffalo grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum). It... read more
  • Tiger Grass

    Tiger Grass

    This striking plant from Thailand looks like bamboo but it’s actually a perennial grass. In Asia the large leaves are... read more
  • Baby’s Tears

    Baby’s tears is a ground cover plant with tiny leaves. It grows in moist areas and has a moss-like appearance.... read more
  • Making a Difference (MAD) – Fertilising Lawns

        The simplest things can make a big difference to the environment. For example, if you use lots of... read more