Easy Care Envirolawn

Easy Care Envirolawn

SKU: LS902

Envirolawn is a mix of slow-growing grasses & drought tolerant flowers - low growing, low maintenance. Use as lawn or in paths... Read More

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More details about Easy Care Envirolawn

Envirolawn is a mix of slow-growing grasses & drought tolerant flowers - low growing, low maintenance. Use as lawn or in paths between beds.  A great alternative to a standard grass lawn. Use 31kg (68 lb) per acre. 500g covers 355 square feet. Mix with Alternative Lawn wildflower mix seeds to expand on the flowering aspect - or vice versa. This mix can also be used to add bulk to the Alternative Lawn blend.

Blend ingredients:

Hard Fescue

Perennial Ryegrass Turf Type

Crimson Clover

White Yarrow

Baby Blue Eyes

English Daisy

Phacelia


 

All About Easy Care Envirolawn

Season & Zone

Season & Zone
Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
Zone: This blend is hardy to Zone 3.

Timing

Timing
Sow any time after last frost for fast coverage. Try to avoid planting during prolonged hot weather.

Starting

Starting
Use 31kg (68 lbs) per acre. 500g covers 355 square feet. Because lawn spaces tend to be large, we recommend erring on the side of caution. It’s a good idea to withhold 15-20% of seeds for filling in any bald areas later. All new plantings should be kept damp. Over-seeding existing lawn may not work, since the seeds need to be in direct contact with soil. We recommend planting these lawn alternatives into freshly prepared top soil.

Growing

Growing
This blend includes hard fescue, perennial ryegrass, strawberry clover, English daisies, white yarrow, and Baby Blue-eyes. It makes a great alternative to a standard grass lawn. When it is mowed, the cut yarrow gives off a wonderful scent. Left to go wild, it will feed pollinating insects and provide habitat for wildlife.

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