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A non ryegrass mixture for lawns and areas of low wear.

Buy   1 kg = £7.74
Buy   5 kg – 20% discount
Buy 10 kg – 25% discount
Buy 15 kg – 30% discount
Buy 20 kg – 35% discount
Buy 25 kg or over – 40% discount

Contents ( 1.00 kg )
  • 70% JOANNA certified Chewings Fescue
  • 20% CATHRINE certified Slender Fescue
  • 10% HIGHLAND certified Bentgrass
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        SKU: GSS-LS5

        Slow growing low maintenance lawn seed mixtures without ryegrass can still produce a good quality, closely knitted turf on light loam to heavy clay soils. Our Low Maintenance Lawn Seed blend makes the best use of the slower growing fescue grass species so even when the resulting turf has fully matured, general leaf production is greatly reduced.

        It is worth noting that a slow growing low maintenance lawn seed mixture can take a little longer to form the required ground cover but once fully established demands a far less frequent mowing regime than a ryegrass based mixture, particularly during the spring and autumn peaks of the growing season.

        A low nitrogen fertiliser application in early spring or late autumn will help keep the grass in good health and colour.
        Maintain a leaf length of 20 to 50mm to keep the grass looking at its best. Avoid cutting very short during mid summer or during extended spells of dry weather.

        35 to 50 grams per square metre

        March to October

        Each kg covers a minimum of 20 square metres


        • Produce a firm, weed free seedbed clear of large stones and any other debris.
        • Rake or harrow over the surface to create a thin layer of fine soil (tilth) approximately 10-20mm deep.
        • Split the total quantity of amenity grass seed to be applied into two equal amounts.
        • Apply the first half over the entire area either by hand or by using a broadcast spreader.
        • Gently work most of the applied seeds into the tilth with a firm rake or harrow.
        • Apply the remaining seed in the same way and again, rake or harrow most of them into the tilth.
        • Finally, lightly roll or tread over the surface to squeeze the seeds and tilth down into the seedbed. This method ensures the lawn seeds are evenly spread, set at different depths and in good contact with the soil. All of which helps to anchor the seeds in position so as not to float away during heavy or persistant rainfall and to retain the correct moisture level for quicker germination.
        • Lawn seed may also be surface sown however, germination may be uneven and significantly slower particularly during periods of prolonged sunny, dry or windy weather even with regular irrigation.