Description
This is the perfect multipurpose grass mix for those areas which are used regularly. Think parks, school fields, sports pitches and recreation ground for this dense and hardy turf.

Contents
Dwarf Perennial Ryegrass, Strong Creeping Red Fescue.

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£75.00

£75.00

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Quality grass for multipurpose areas with lots of traffic.

Versatile use
Resilient
For parks, schools, etc.
Clear
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Additional information

Weight 20 kg
Size

20kg

Highlights
Captures carbon
Creates habitats
Quality finish
Sow at 50g/m2 for a full reseed & sow at 30g/m2 for overseeding
Sow & Grow
PREP
Your Green
Remove debris and perennial weeds then turnover soil to a depth of 15-25cm. Rake over soil and roll or tread over to firm seedbed. Leave prepped area for up to two weeks and remove any establishing weeds. Rake in lawn seed fertiliser 3-5 days prior to sowing
SOW
Your Green
Divide area into manageable sections and then sow the seed at 50g/m2. Shake seed to mix. Sow half of pack from left to right and half from top to bottom of area and rake over seed, roll or tread to get maximum contact with soil. Lightly water, especially if it’s dry
GROW
Your Green
Keep area moist and reduce traffic over area. Use a net to protect seeds from birds. Do not apply fertiliser until seeds are established. Remove weeds which appear and cut new seed when grass is 5-8cm high. For following cuts lower blades to 2.5cm high but don’t remove more than a third of growth in a cut. Apply lawn fertiliser during spring, summer, autumn Continue to overseed patchy areas if/when necessary
Best time to sow
Mar - Sep
Sow & Grow
PREP
Your Green
Remove debris and perennial weeds then turnover soil to a depth of 15-25cm. Rake over soil and roll or tread over to firm seedbed. Leave prepped area for up to two weeks and remove any establishing weeds. Rake in lawn seed fertiliser 3-5 days prior to sowing
SOW
Your Green
Divide area into manageable sections and then sow the seed at 50g/m2. Shake seed to mix. Sow half of pack from left to right and half from top to bottom of area and rake over seed, roll or tread to get maximum contact with soil. Lightly water, especially if it’s dry
GROW
Your Green
Keep area moist and reduce traffic over area. Use a net to protect seeds from birds. Do not apply fertiliser until seeds are established. Remove weeds which appear and cut new seed when grass is 5-8cm high. For following cuts lower blades to 2.5cm high but don’t remove more than a third of growth in a cut. Apply lawn fertiliser during spring, summer, autumn Continue to overseed patchy areas if/when necessary
Best time to sow
Mar - Sep
I wanted something to give the patio area some life. We chose to use Native Flora in a vertical garden which was attached to the fence around the seating area. From the moment the mix started to grow (which was surprisingly quickly!) it really added that something special to this area of the garden. We also got lots of visits from the bees & butterflies as an added bonus!
- Charlotte Sharpe
The Space Saver mix is so easy to grow and, as a beginner, it was just what I was looking for! Packed full of beautiful flowers and giving off so many wonderful colours, this mix really did make me feel happy and proud of growing something of my own!
- Chloe Bragg
FAQs & Care
Can I order less than 20kg of seed?
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Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to provide amenity grass seed mixtures in quantities less than 20kg. 

How often should I mow my lawn or grassed area?
Your Green

As a rule of green thumb (sorry not funny!), most people tend to mow their grassed area once a week during the growing season, so from spring through to autumn. However, mowing your lawn or grassed space too frequently can have a negative impact on the environment. Cutting too often can reduce the grass’ potential as a fabulous habitat for all different types of creatures. It can also add carbon back into the atmosphere as the stored carbon in the grass is released. 

We know that a freshly-cut area can look tidy and neat but at YourGreen we would encourage you to rethink your mowing schedule and embrace a more wild-look for your space. Even reducing your cuts to once every two weeks can make a big difference! It’s all about finding the right balance for your grass between encouraging regrowth/density and doing as much as we can to reduce our impact on nature. 

When you do mow, remember not to cut if its wet or frosty and try not to cut more than a third of the overall height.

How long will the amenity grass take to grow?
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If weather conditions are right, the amenity grass seed will start to come through about 10-14 days after sowing, with full establishment taking about 6-8 weeks. So not long at all!

Should I overseed my existing lawn or grassed area?
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Overseeding can be a great way to rejuvenate a grassed area which has been damaged or has a few bare patches without having to reseed the whole area. If you decide to overseed, the seed rate needs to be adjusted to 30g/m2 to get the best results.

Shipping Information
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For wildflower seed, amenity grass and equine grass, our standard delivery time is 3-5 working days (orders placed after 3pm count as an order from the following day).

For tree & hedge packs, delivery is 5-7 working days.

We will always communicate with you if there are any updates about your order which you need to know about – we believe honesty is the best policy when it comes to service. Please enter a contact number and/or email address when you check out so that we can contact you with delivery updates.

We currently deliver to mainland UK. For deliveries to mainland UK, there is a standard charge of £2.95 + VAT (where VAT is applicable) for all orders under £50.00. For orders above this price, delivery is free. If you live in the UK on an offshore island, please email hello@your-green.co.uk for a bespoke delivery charge.