Buffalo

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uffalo, this is a well established brand of lawn in South Africa. Buffalo has a broad dark green leaf. If you are in a development that insists on indigenous plants, Buffalo is normally an accepted grass type. Buffalo lawn is a great choice for areas that don’t receive sun all day as it has a high shade tolerance. Buffalo lawns are also slow growing and therefore have a reputation of being a low maintenance product.

 

 

Stenotaphrum Secundatum

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uffalo, this is a well established brand of lawn in South Africa. Buffalo has a broad dark green leaf. If you are in a development that insists on indigenous plants, Buffalo is normally an accepted grass type. Buffalo lawn is a great choice for areas that don’t receive sun all day as it has a high shade tolerance. Buffalo lawns are also slow growing and therefore have a reputation of being a low maintenance product. In the middle of summer when all lawns grow vigorously buffalo only requires mowing every two weeks. Buffalo lawns should never be mowed to short as it damages them and can even destroy your lawn. Buffalo is not recommended for young children or people who are looking for a soft texture. The blade is fairly course and quite hard on your feet. Buffalo also hosts a few weeds and has a medium traffic tolerance. Being a slow grower, the weeds grow faster and other lawn types often invade and take over in full sun areas. Should your buffalo lawn get damaged it would also take some time to repair itself. Buffalo has a beautiful deep green color and with its broad long leaf makes a great lawn. Buffalo only offers one harvest a year so as a consequence is more expensive than other cultivars. Buffalo is normally selected for its shade tolerance and offers consistency to a garden with partial shade areas.

Buffalo in the shade the leaf gets finer and softer and also turns a lighter shade of green.

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How does your lawn look?

Exceptionally well - 1.3%
Quite good - 3.7%
No to bad - 2.6%
It could be better - 18.5%
Almost dead - 21.6%
It's a forest - 3.5%
Some bird messed it up - 2.4%
What lawn? It's a desert - 46.3%

Total votes: 454

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