Harrowden Turf Ltd
Q LAWNS GRASS SEED
Using exactly the same STRI-recommended seed that creates our beautiful turf, Q Lawns Grass Seed is the ideal choice if you prefer to start your lawn from seed. Alternatively, use our grass seed to repair bare patches in high-wear areas. The most economical way to create new lawn, using Q Lawns grass seed will germinate in most situations and be ready for regular use within eight weeks.
Some gardeners always prefer to grow plants from seed, and it’s no different when it comes to their lawns. Q Lawns Grass Seed uses the same mix that you find in the best-selling garden, sports and landscaping grass turf. This means that the grass you grow from your grass seed is disease-resistant and hard-wearing. And while you are setting yourself more of a challenge by sowing instead of laying grass turf, it is the ideal choice for an economic new lawn.
The blend of grass species in our seed is recommended by the Sports Turf Research Institute (STRI) – so you know it’s good! That’s why it is popular amongst professional landscapers, groundsmen and green-keepers. Once germinated and established, it gives you the same tough but lush grass able to withstand diseases and regular use.
Q Lawns Grass Seed will germinate within days of being sown in the right conditions. And after 8 weeks it is ready to cope with normal wear and tear. Our grass seed mix thrives in sunny conditions. It can also adapt to most other areas except those with deep shade or either waterlogged or very dry soils.
If you need to repair an area that has been worn away, Q Lawns Grass Seed is ideal. It will germinate quickly, blend in with the surrounding grass and soon grow strong enough to withstand heavy use. As with any newly sown and germinated seeds, you need to protect it from birds and cats. You will also have to weed the area until the new grass is fully established.
1kg of Q Lawns Grass Seed will cover an area of approximately 40 square metres.
What’s in Q Lawns Grass Seed?
The carefully blended grass seed mix contains:
• Perennial ryegrass for superb colour and the ability to withstand wear and tear
• Strong creeping red fescues for a thick sward and a lovely velvety texture
• Smooth-stalked meadow grass to add self-repair properties.