- Carpet grass is a creeping, stoloniferous, perennial, warm season grass.
- It has wide leaves with blunt, rounded tips and forms a dense mat which crowds out most
- other species.
- Carpet grass is best suited to Sub Tropical/Tropical regions of Australia, and will
- thrive in low fertility areas, making it ideal for parks, roadsides, and Golf Course roughs.
- Carpet Grass requires a loose, smooth and firm seedbed.
- It can be established from seed or sprigs
- For a quick cover, broadcast 1kg of carpet grass per 100m2. Rake the lawn lightly.
- Establishment can be hastened by light applications of a complete fertilizer at monthly intervals.
- Carpet grass will not survive on very sandy soils, as it has a shallow root system.