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- Blend of Kentucky bluegrass and fine fescues with micro-clover added
- Perfect for your eco-responsible projects or to obtain LEED points
- Native fescues and Kentucky bluegrass adapted to our climate
- Significant biodiversity
- Micro-clover is three times smaller than common white clover
- Micro-clover tolerates close mowing
- Variety that supports moderate foot traffic
- Produces flowers all season long, which may attract pollinating insects
- Does not need a lot of watering once well established
Micro-clover is highly drought-tolerant
TWCA and/or A-LIST certified cultivars requiring up to 50% less water once well established
Low fertilization requirements once well established
The fescues and the clover stay greener longer during dry periods
L’herbicyclage est un bon moyen de s’assurer de la disponibilité de l’azote des légumineuses pour les graminées
“Grasscycling” is a good way of ensuring that your lawn benefits from nitrogen from leguminous plants.
Minimum nitrogen fertilization is required to maintain the Kentucky bluegrass and fine fetuces population.
Micro-clover fixes nitrogen from the air in root nodules formed by rhizobium bacteria.
Micro-clover overseeding can be done if the grasses become too thick.
White grubs dislike clover and fetuces.
- The use of endophytic seeds helps the lawn cope with stresses such as drought, disease or bugs.
Breeds : 50 % Kentucky bluegrass, 30 % red fescue , 10 % hard fescue , 5 % Chewing fescue , 5 % microclover
Soil type : Loam to sandy loam
Thickness : 12 to 20 mm
Mowing Height: 50 to 80 mm
Dimensions: 2 pi x 5 pi
Low maintenance; LEED projects; roadside areas; cemeteries; rest areas; parks; and other eco-responsible projects