Product Description

Grass Seeds


Lolium perenne
• Festuca rubra rubra
• Festuca rubra comutata
• Festuca rubra trichophyla
• Festuca ovina
• Festuca arundinacea
• Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon)
• Poa pratensis
• Agrostis tenuis
• Trifolium repens
• Dicondra repens
Lolium perenne (British Grass Seed)
It is the fastest growing type of grass with the fastest growing of all grass seeds and the stability of the root system. Thin-leafed, dark green, and with a lot of texture, it gives a beautiful grass image. It is resistant to diseases and its resistance against salinity is moderate. The ground water is considered in terms of soil type, except for high soils, which can be grown in any kind of soil. Base water is generally preferred as winter seed, except for high soils. Mixing with Bermuda grass in hot climates will increase the quality of the planting. It likes direct sunlight and is not resistant to shadow areas.

Festuca rubra rubra (Red stalk with root stem)
It germinates quickly among grass species and attracts attention with its green color throughout the year. It has a strong root structure and is easy to adapt to the soil. Strong root structure is proliferating and has a high ability to close the soil surface. Although germination is fast, its form is less frequent than its length is slow. It is highly resistant to diseases, printing and shadow areas. It can be used alone or mixed with Festuca varieties.

Festuca rubra commutata (Adi red flake)
Among the Festuca species, it is the grass species with the greatest spreading intensity. It should be mixed with rhizomatous species because it is without rhizomes. It is more resistant to winter challenges than other Festuca species. It is also resistant to mushroom diseases, especially winter and summer, due to its resistance to drought, shade and short cutting.

Festuca rubra trichophyla (Delicate red flake)
Among the grass species are among the finely textured species. Due to the fact that it has short rhizomes, there is also the ability to close grass area in narrow spaces. It is resistant to drought, shadow, saltiness and short mowing.

Festuca ovina
Festuca is the kind of grass with the finest structure among species. The soil is the kind that needs to be nourished because it is conscious of the desire. Most of the original varieties are of bluish color. It is a species that can adapt to the challenges of summer and winter. It is a kind of low maintenance. Short mowing and shade resistance are very good.

Festuca arundinacea
It is a common grass species that develops in the form of a ball, which can be used in the entire grass field facility. It is deep rooted and its resistance to heat and drought is quite good. It has thicker leaves than Festuca species. Long-lasting grass species. It can adapt to any kind of soil structure, but also has resistance against alkaline and salty soils. They are used in grass areas that are resistant to printing and require little maintenance.

Poa pratensis (Meadow grass)
It is a kind of grass with thin leaves and dark green color. It spreads with thin and strong rhizomes and covers the openings in the grass area. It is resistant to crushing, crushing with the strength of its rhizomes. It is a kind of turf that has high resistance to drought and can be preferred for shadow places. It can be used as a slope holder in the control of erosion with the love of sandy soils. Festuca arundinacea is a very effective duo.

Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon)
It is also known as Uganda grass or Split grass among the public. It is resistant to compression, very short mowing, temperature and salt / lime water. In case of damage, self-renewal is fast. The spreading speed of the lawn area is very strong. It is very successful in full sunny areas. It is resistant to high temperatures in Aegean and Mediterranean regions. After the air temperature drops to 15 ° C, it turns yellow and disappears and re-fires in the spring as the temperatures rise. When the rehearsal begins in the autumn, the grass area can be maintained green with the Lolium interface.

Agrostis tenuis (Narin pea)
It creates a dense grass area with thin and delicate leaves. Its distinctive feature is its resistance to cold, frost and dry conditions. It will make it easier to concentrate with the mixtures. When used for low maintenance areas, it has little effect due to the delicate grass. For this reason it is recommended to use it with Festuca rubra. It is a species that is durable and short-cut.

Trifollium repens (Ornamental shrimp, White clover)
Mixtures can be used to create a green area with red flock (Festuca rubra), grass (Poa pratensis), English grass (Lolium perenne) and canine female (Cynodon dactylon - Bermuda grass). In the green area facility, white clover seeds should be used less in the mixture. Otherwise it is the dominant species because it spreads rapidly with its stolons. Creeper's humidity demand is high, heat resistance is low. In regions where marine climate is dominant, it needs more water than in continental climate.
Dicondra repens (Mouse ear)
It is a delicate, leafy, dwarf groundbreaker plant. It grows rapidly by spreading where it is planted. It is not a type that is resistant to crushing and crushing. Deep form is not durable. It is enough to trim in May and November during the year. It is a good alternative for evenly distributed green cover on the plant floor in shadows and semi-shaded areas. Because it needs more water, it needs regular irrigation. Due to the fact that it is a seedy species and because of its rapid spreading characteristics, it has a 10-15 gr. Thrown away. If the seed is discarded by mixing with sand during planting, there is no need for cover soil.