Sir Walter BuffaloRegular price $18.78 per square metre Save $-18.78
Sir Walter Buffalo is a creeping grass that moves over the surface making it easy to edge and care for. It’s not as invasive as other varieties of grass such as Kikuyu or Couch. It also has a great drought tolerance and requires minimal maintenance to keep it looking at its best year round. During winter it may lose some colour, although this will improve with age.
Another great benefit of Sir Walter Buffalo is that it’s weed resistant and low-allergenic, making it perfect for kids of all ages. This grass variety is also more resistant to pests compared to other lawn types and is extremely versatile for use across any garden space.
The Quick Facts
- Root System: Above ground runners, not very deep rooting
- Runners: Above ground runners, easy to edge
- Drought Tolerant: Yes (Very)
- Colour: A lighter shade of green, almost lime
- Sun ‘v’ Shade: Great in both, needs a few hours of sun minimum
- Leaf Type: Keep around 40mm long, 8-10mm wide blade
- Self-Repairing: Yes
- Cool or Warm Season: Warm Season
Delivery Charges Melbourne Metro Only : 19m2 or less is $195.00 / 20m2 or more is $140.00 per delivery. Availability is limited so please call our office before ordering on (03) 9331 5300.
Orders are subject to turf and truck availability, with delivery confirmation sent via SMS after 3pm the business day before delivery. Turf is delivered to naturestrip - driver does not knock. Orders that are less than 20m2, will incur a higher delivery charge, please call for pricing.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Sir Walter Buffalo
How often do I need to water my lawn?
When your new lawn has been installed, the first week or two will require consistent watering every few days to ensure the soil does not dry out. After this period, you should only need to water your Sir Walter Buffalo lawn once a week. In extreme conditions though your lawn may require extra watering. However, in the winter months it will rarely require irrigation.
How do I fertilise my new lawn?
Sir Walter needs to be top dressed with washed sand at a rate of half a cubic meter to every 100 square meters. Focus mainly on the joins and edges to stop it drying out. For the healthiest lawn fertilise at the start of each season.
Is Sir Walter Buffalo shade tolerant?
Sir Walter loves both the sun and is shade tolerant, this makes it perfect for almost any garden across Melbourne.