Kikuyu Grass Adelaide
Kikuyu Grass Installation in Adelaide
If you’d like to install Kikuyu grass in your home’s garden or backyard in Adelaide, contact Tims Total Turfcare for quality services and affordable prices. We understand the impact that the installation can have on your home, including improving the value of your home, providing a quality space for your kids and pets to play on, and brightening the overall look of your outdoor space.
Our team will guide you on choosing the right type of Kikuyu grass for your backyard by examining the type of soil you have, the shade level, and your requirements. We can assure you that our wide range of grass is adaptable and requires minimal maintenance. They also come with minimal wear resistance properties. Get in touch with our experienced team today for exceptional services at the most affordable prices.
Why We Are the Best At Kikuyu Grass Installation In Adelaide
Tims Total Turfcare takes pride in offering homeowners quality Kikuyu grass installation and maintenance services in Adelaide. Our owner and operator, Tim, has been in the industry for more than 34 years and has the required certifications, including an Advanced Certificate in Horticulture and a chemical spraying license.
When you approach us, you’ll be in contact with him right from the start of the project to completion. He will keep you updated on the project’s progress, develop a quotation for you, and start the project as soon as possible. Be assured that we always leave the site cleaner than we found it. We will also strive to finish the project promptly so that you can start enjoying your new and refreshed outdoor space.
Apart from Kikuyu grass, we also have other grass types that we install for our clients, including:
- Sir Walter Soft Leaf Buffalo
- Tall Fescue
Tips to Maintaining Kikuyu Grass in Adelaide
Once you install Kikuyu grass in your Adelaide space, the next thing you need to know is how to maintain it. Primarily, Kikuyu grass is easy to care for, it grows quickly, and you can replace dry patches easily.
How do you mow the grass?
If you want to mow the grass, you don’t have to do it often. Experts say that the grass does not cope well with too much mowing. On the other hand, if left to grow, it can grow into a thick mat of about four to six inches.
How do you apply fertiliser?
Usually, Kikuyu grass doesn’t take long to grow. If you apply fertiliser, it will accelerate growth. Therefore, you can use Nitrogen-rich fertilisers to enhance the development of dried-up patches or areas of the grass that have been stepped on often.