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B U F FA L O T U R F


SIR WA LTER B UFFA LO

• Sir Walter buffalo is one of the easiest care, low maintenance of turf types. They are hard wearing, handles medium and high foot traffic. You have to give 2 – 3 hours of direct sun per day its good for it. Its growth speed is very fast and colour is dark green.


SA P P H I R E B U F FA LO

• Sapphire Buffalo is extremely hard wearing and it tolerates up to 70% shade, give it 2 – 3 hours of direct sun per day. Its growth speed is slow and colour is deep green with slightly bluish tint and it stays green all year round.


MATILDA BUFFALO

• Matilda Buffalo tolerates medium to high traffic and hard wearing like sapphire buffalo give it 2 – 3 hours of direct sun per day. Its growth speed is medium to fast and colour is deep green.


PAL MET TO BU FFALO

• A great low maintenance lawn that handles a lot of suns and its hard wearing and high traffic tolerance. It tolerates up to 50% shade, gives it 4 – 5 hours of direct sun per day. Its growth speed is slow to medium and colour is dark emerald green.


VELVET SOFT LEAF BUFFALO

• The hardest wearing of the buffalo turf types on the market is velvet soft leaf buffalo. Like palmetto buffalo, it tolerates up to 50% shade, gives it 4 – 5 hours of direct sun per day. Its growth speed is medium and its colour varies and seasonal look is distinct purple tint in winter.


ST91 BUFFALO

• Hardest wearing of all the shade tolerant grasses and it tolerates up to 91% shade, can survive on 1 hour of direct sun per day. Its growth speed is slow (but medium in sunny areas) and its colour variations and seasonal look can take on a purple tint in winter.


ST85 BUFFALO

• ST85 buffalo have 85% Shade tolerance, this is a good lawn in that respect. However ST91 buffalo has largely replaced it on market.


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