50% Strong Creeping Red Fescue, 30% Chewings Fescue, 20% Hard Fescue
Pack Size Coverage
Up to 57m²
Spread by Hand, Spreader
Area of Use
Amenity Turf, Lawn
Period Of Use
April, May, June, July, August, September
Premier Slow Grow Grass Seed 2K. A mix which is specially formulated, to produce a hardwearing and low maintenance surface. This is the perfect choice for great results with less maintenance. Ideal for use in Parks or urban areas.
Slow growing yet fast to germinate and hard wearing
Ideal for use in Parks or urban areas
This blend of slower-growing grass can be close mown or left to grow longer without looking unattractive
Apply by hand or use a spreader for even coverage
Do not treat for weeds until grass is 6 months old
Treat regularly with fertiliser to maintain a healthy sward
How much Premier Slow Grow Grass Seed 2Kg will you need?
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