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PT 769 R&R Eco-Turf Mix with Microclover®


PT 769 R&R Eco-Turf Mix with Microclover®


Application Rate: 5-7 lbs per 1000 sq ft or 300 lbs per acre

Our exclusive R&R Eco-Turf Mix with drought tolerant grasses and Microclover® is an earth-friendly, sustainable lawn. This mix holds up well to wear--perfect for kids, pets and high traffic areas. Low maintenance and low input requirements leave you lots of time for rest and relaxation.

R&R is more shade tolerant than many of our other lawn alternatives. Once established this mix requires little supplemental irrigation or fertilizer and tolerates acidic and shady sites. 

Microclover feeds the companion grasses with nitrogen making them look great all year long. The extremely drought-tolerant clover maintains a nice dark green color once established and should not require irrigation in most climates. Its inclusion with the grasses allows the soil to retain more moisture in dry periods which sustains an overall green appearance of grass through the summer. Start an entirely new lawn with R&R or overseed onto existing perennial ryegrass and/or fine fescue lawns to gain some important eco-lawn benefits.

Mow about once a month. This lawn can be maintained at a 2 inch height for a manicured look or up to 4-5 inches to let the clover bloom in the summertime. 

Mix Includes:
Quatro Tetraploid Sheep Fescue - Festuca ovina 'Quatro'
Banfield Perennial Ryegrass - Lolium perenne 'Banfield'
Eureka II Hard Fescue - Festuca trachyphylla 'Eureka II'
Microclover® - Trifolium repens var Pipolina ssp Microclover

Features & Benefits: full sun to shade, drought tolerant, wear tolerant, quick establishment, works well for overseeding a traditional lawn, tolerates a low mow 

Recommended planting zones: see map

Photo #3 credit: Green Edens Horticultural Services of Evanston, Illinois