Eureka Kikuyu Grass

Eureka Kikuyu Grass

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Australia’s number one Kikuyu grass

A proven performer in most Australian climates, Eureka Kikuyu Grass is a vigorous grower that stands up to a wide range of conditions. Good for both home lawns and larger spaces such as racecourses or parks, Eureka is Australia’s number one Kikuyu grass.

An economical all rounder grass

An economical all rounder grass
If you’re looking for a grass that is an economical all-rounder, then Eureka Kikuyu Grass is your choice of lawn. Its medium-coarse bright green leaves give a Eureka Kikuyu lawn superior colour, which is maintained year round in warm climates.

In cold climates, growth and colour is maintained well into autumn and early winter. Eureka Kikuyu also has superior disease resistance and reasonable cold weather tolerance. The leaves are approximately 4–5mm wide and 25–40mm long and are bright yellow–green colour.

  • Australia’s number one kikuyu grass
  • Bright yellow-green in colour
  • Superior disease resistance
Kikuyu grass for full sun aspect

Great for high wear areas

Eureka Kikuyu is a dense, rapid growing lawn. Its vigorous growth habit allows it to repair very quickly if damaged.

Eureka Kikuyu enjoys a long growing season and with regular mowing will hold a good tight growth mat. It holds its colour well into winter. It will brown off when frost affected but bounces back with full vigour in spring.

  • Rapidly growing
  • Dense
  • Self repairing
Grass in a sunny garden

Sun and drought tolerant

Eureka Kikuyu thrives in a sunny aspect and handles full sun. It is able to establish a strong, deep root base which helps it stand up to the hottest summer days and contributes to its good drought tolerance.

  • Strong, deep root base
  • Can handle full sun
  • Medium drought tolerance
Strong grass root base

A versatile grass

Eureka Kikuyu Grass is also a great solution for planting out larger areas and erosion control, given the rapid spread of its runners in favourable conditions. This variety tends to spread by its vigorous growth from stolons and rhizomes. Its tolerance of waterlogged soils can also make it the best choice for transpiration areas.

This variety is good for home lawns, racecourses, parks, reserves, golf tees and fairways.

  • Great for erosion control
  • High tolerance of waterlogged soil
  • Suitable for home gardens, racecourses, parks, golf courses and more

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