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Sir Grange vs Sir Walter
Sir Walter has for many years been one of Australia’s most popular grasses. Now there’s a new turf choice on the block that is rapidly becoming a firm favourite: Sir Grange Zoysia.
Sir Grange is an exceptional turf, as is Sir Walter but which is the better grass variety for your property?
We take an in-depth look at the advantages and disadvantages of Sir Grange versus Sir Walter so you can make the right decision to suit your specific turf needs.
We’ll compare all those characteristics that are so critical for good lawn choice such as:
Sun & drought tolerance
Shade & frost tolerance
Salt and coastal conditions
Wear & tear resistance
Sir Grange Zoysia owes its origin to the U.S golf course industry but its popularity quickly spread to the residential market where it is now the highest selling Zoysia grass in the United States.
Now Sir Grange is starting to hit the headlines here in Australia thanks to its exceptional qualities.
The difference between the two grass types is really obvious.
Sir Grange produces a soft, fine leaf with a lush dark green growth. The really fine narrow blades form a lawn that is perfect for children to play on.
Its elegant manicured appearance makes it obvious why it is a popular choice for golf courses as well as residential and commercial landscaping projects.
Sir Walter also produces a relatively soft leaf but with a much broader blade. The leaf feel is slightly coarser than the Sir Grange and is a lighter green colour.
Sir Walter is much softer than many other grass types such as Kikuyu, which makes it a great playground for children.
Both grass types form a tight growth habit that helps to repel weed invasion.
Sir Grange wins the appearance stakes if you’re looking for a beautiful manicured lawn that is also deliciously soft to touch.
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