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Korean No Mow Grass 10 x 125mm Pots $85.00 FREE EXPRESS POST

Posted :Thursday 19th of April 2018

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Location : SYDNEY-NSW-2000 (Australia Wide)

Price : $85.00

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Korean No Mow Grass 10 x 125mm Pots $85.00 FREE EXPRESS POST

Korean No Mow Grass (Zoysia tenuifolia) (As seen at Hunter Valley Gardens)
Price includes Free Express Postage to your home or site.

Visit our Website:  and make your selection
OR Drop Us An Email: [email protected]

We then send you an Invoice via email that you can pay online with Credit Card or PayPal. You would then receive your Korean No Mow Grass within a few days.
OR Give us a Phone Call: 0410 663135

Large Quantities are not a problem.
• Delivered Direct to your Door.
• Whether it be 1 Tray or 100 Trays - No quantity is too large or small
• If you are a Landscaper, we can deliver direct to your job site (Sydney & Hunter) with little or no notice.
• The Larger the Quantity purchased, the Cheaper the Price.
• Pay online with Credit Card, PayPal or Direct Debit to Tranquil Havens.
• Your Korean No Mow Grass is normally posted the next day.
• The Pots are Fully Established.

Zoysia Tenuifolia is known by various names including; Korean Velvet Grass, No Mow Grass, Petting Grass, MinMow Grass, Mascarene Grass or Temple Grass, to name a few. Zoysia Tenuifolia is a Tropical spreading grass with very fine, vivid green foliage and is usually left unmown for a freeform look.
Zoysia Tenuifolia is usually utilised as a ground cover in Oriental Gardens, among rocks and ponds, and makes a spectacular architectural specimen as it can also grow over rocks and other structures in the garden. Anyone who has visited the Hunter Valley Gardens will tell you it looks magnificent in the Oriental setting.
Zoysia Tenuifolia is also a great lawn and sloping bank grass species, but is much more appealing when used as an ornamental grass ground cover, as it possesses an unusual clumping or mounding appearance. Zoysia Tenuifolia is mainly used as a ground cover because it tends to grow in an undulating way, creating ripples and small hills right up to the trunks of trees in deep shade.
You can view further details on our website:
We prefer to post our Grasses on Monday and Tuesday, unless otherwise requested.


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