Eureka Kikuyu

$9.90 - $12.00 / m2
0-19m2 20-39m2 40m2 +
$12 $10.95 $9.90

Delivery Charges Melbourne Metro Only : 19m2 or less is $185.00 / 20m2 or more is $140.00 per delivery

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Got a “dog”? Get “kikuyu” turf. This is the hardest wearing, vigorous growing drought tolerant grass that can withstand high levels of traffic. It does require direct sunlight (at least 6 hours), but given the right conditions it thrives. Ground hugging and invasive by nature, it spreads with underground rhizomes and is not suited to small areas as it will invade gardens. It does require regular mowing (approximately once a week). Easy to grow, it is popular for parks and large areas. Once established, it can be difficult to eradicate.

The Quick Facts:

  • Root system:  Deep rooting
  • Runners:  Aggressive runners
  • Drought Tolerant: Very drought tolerant
  • Colour:  Shamrock Green
  • Sun ‘v’ Shade:  Full Sun
  • Leaf type:  Medium with medium blade
  • Self-Repairing :  Yes
  • Cool or Warm Season:  Warm

… Please note: No Yard Pick-Ups…

Important: Deliveries are via forklift directly to your naturestrip unless otherwise requested

Same day orders : Unavailable
Delivery Dates : Orders are subject to turf and truck availability
Delivery Times: Will be sent via SMS after 3pm the business day before delivery
Less than 20m2 will incur a higher delivery charge, please call to order smaller amounts

Kikuyu Watering Mowing Fertiliser
Summer A light watering each week unless a really hot spell, then every second day Regular mowing during summer to ensure no undergrowth shows up Fertilise at the start of summer to keep green and healthy
Autumn If established little to no watering will be required Once a month should be ok, keep at 30-40mm A good feed is needed after summer
Winter No watering should be needed, assuming there is some rain around Don’t mow to short during winter, let your grass grow out to around 50mm Not needed during winter.
Spring Not much water required until closer to summer Keep around 40mm, once or twice a month A good fertilise is required going in to summer

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