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Ivisions Essentials Pristine Grass Seed Mix

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Our No Rye Grass Lavish Lawn Seed Mix provides a luxury ornamental lawn that will tolerate close mowing to help you achieve those fabulous statement stripes. Defra certified seed mix
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The perfect choice for creating a perfect lawn 

Our No Rye Grass Lavish Lawn Seed Mix provides a luxury ornamental lawn that will tolerate close mowing to help you achieve those fabulous statement stripes. This mix contains the finest seed to create the most premium and pristine greens, there are no doubts that your neighbours will be green with envy!

Why Choose A Luxury Mix?

  • No Rye seed mix

  • Used for ornamental lawns, show lawns, fairways, and bowling greens

  • Ideal for repairing existing lawns or creating new ones

  • A trusted mix by our customers

  • High-quality DEFRA certified seed mix

Mixture Contains:

✔ 50% Creeping Red Fescue

✔ 25% Chewings Fescue

✔ 20% Slender Fescue

✔ 5% Browntop Bent

More About the Mixture: 

Creeping Red Fescue has creeping rhizomes. Rhizomes are a network of roots that live under the surface of the ground they typically grow horizontally, rather than vertically. Rhizomes often give the plant a higher chance of survival in tough environmental conditions. This species of grass has a more vigorous creeping habit than some similar species which helps to create a dense, hardwearing lawn. The shallow roots help it to remain green even in the driest of soils. 

Chewings Fescue is a fine-leaved grass that produces a dense turf, this helps give your lawn that luxurious look. It also remains dark green throughout most of the season.  

Slender Fescue is a densely tufted or mat-forming species that has a similar growth habit to Creeping Red Fescue. It forms stiff, fine, dark green, glossy leaves. This species is reasonably salt-tolerant, making it ideal for use around coastal areas. 

Browntop Bent is a cool-season grass that is used mainly on golf greens. Bent seed has a unique look as it is very small and fine, so fine in fact that they are almost like dust. Browntop Bent tolerates very short mowing, it is suitable for most soil conditions and provides exceptional density. 

How Do I Sow A New Lawn? 

  • Prepare the soil by removing any weeds, moss, stones and other debris.
  • Add topsoil if think the current soil is of poor quality or if you need to level out your lawn.
  • Rake over the site to leave a level and fine finish seedbed.
  • Three to five days before you sow the grass seed, lightly rake in our Pre-Seed Fertiliser to encourage growth and root development.
  • Sow the seeds at the recommended rate of 35g per m2.
  • After sowing, lightly rake over the area.
  • Firm down the seedbed by foot or by using a roller to improve contact between seeds and soil.
  • Give your newly sown seeds a good watering.
     

How Do I Overseed an Existing Lawn?

  • Scarify your lawn to remove any dead grass, weeds and moss.
  • Ensure the soil isn’t too compact by raking the area sufficiently.
  • Three to five days before you sow the grass seed, lightly rake in our Pre-Seed Fertiliser to encourage growth and root development.
  • Sow the seeds at the recommended rate of 25g per m2.
  • Make Sure the seeds are amongst the soil by raking the area.
  • Firm down the seedbed by foot or by using a roller to improve contact between seeds and soil.
  • Give your newly sown seeds a good watering.

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