Eco-turf variety


From 0.34$ to 0.26$


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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


Additional information


  • 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