- Soft, deep green turf
- Highly resilient
- Disease & fungus resistant
- Good thatch ratings
- Superior drought tolerance
- Australian born and bred
Sir Walter has been widely regarded as “the king of turf” for almost three decades in Australia, and anyone who has a Sir Walter lawn will tell you that it’s held its title for very good reasons!
This Australian developed and grown buffalo grass has soft, broad leaves that provide exceptional coverage and is known for its resilience and versatility.
Lawn enthusiasts across the country consider the little bit of extra maintenance this fast-growing grass type requires to be well worth the effort!
SOFT, BEAUTIFUL LEAVES
Despite the fact Sir Walter Buffalo has broader leaves than other buffalo grasses, this vibrant green turf is very comfortable underfoot. And, because it is a relatively rapid grower, you don’t have to worry about rough patches of wear and tear ruining its feel. Instead, expect a gorgeous deep green carpet all year long.
DISEASE, FUNGUS & WEED RESISTANT
Sir Walter is a naturally healthy turf that is not very susceptible to grass diseases or fungal infections that can kill off patches of lawn and spread unhealthy pathogens. This makes it safe and durable outdoor surface for children and pets to play on.
This grass is so well-loved that it has become somewhat of a status symbol in Australian society. Not only is Sir Walter Buffalo viewed as the most superior species of grass, but it has won many awards that give credence to its outstanding reputation.
MADE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENT
Because Sir Walter was made for the Australian climate and environment, you can expect it to thrive without much effort at all. And, it’s non-invasive, so you don’t have to worry about your turf sprouting up in a place that it shouldn’t.
Sir Walter Buffalo grass is known to grow well anywhere and everywhere. Whether your backyard is exposed to full sunlight or has partially shaded areas, you can expect Sir Walter to look good throughout your outdoor living spaces. In fact, Sir Walter is known to have the best shade tolerance of any grass on the market.