Sir Walter Buffalo is a drought tolerant turf that is durable and hard-wearing.
This instant turf is perfectly suited to the harsh Australian climate and ever-changing Melbourne weather.
It is very easy to look after and does not require a lot of maintenance.
During the Summer months once established, you only need to water once a week unless there are extreme temperatures.
As one of the most shade tolerant turfs, it is recommended that it gets at least 3 hours of sunlight a day to produce the best results.
During the Winter months, it requires less watering. The above-ground runners means that it will repair quickly, but will need edging occasionally.
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Sir Walter Buffalo Facts:
- Above ground runners make it easy to edge and self-repairing
- Extremely drought-tolerant
- Requires at least 4 hours of sunlight per day
- Blades should be kept at approx. 4cm long
- Prefers the warm season
… 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
|Sir Walter Buffalo||Watering||Mowing||Fertiliser|
|Summer||Light watering each week unless extremely hot conditions, then more often.||Every 2-3 weeks, keep around 40mm.||Yes, Keep it healthy with a dose at the start.|
|Autumn||Little to no watering required, unless hot weather lingers from summer.||Around once a month, keep around 40mm.||Yes, lawn will need a fertilise before winter to keep it healthy.|
|Winter||No need to water (assuming there is some rain around).||Likely no mowing will be required. Never mow your lawn too short.||No need to fertilise your lawn during Winter.|
|Spring||Once your lawn is established it should be ok. Will need water towards the end of Spring.||May need to be mown once a month, keep at 40mm.||You’ll need to fertilise your lawn. Use a slow release, high nitrogen fertiliser.|