TRANSPLANTING EVERGREEN GOLD INSTANT LAWN
Allow the lawn to establish itself well before mowing and never cut full sun grass shorter than 4 cm or 5 cm for that growing in the shade. During summer your lawn will need mowing about once a week and in winter once every three weeks should be enough.
Avoid smothering your Evergreen Gold lawn with compost or lawn dressing. Rather spike the lawn occasionally, especially in high traffic areas where soil compaction can occur.
The compaction prevents water, fertiliser and air penetration, resulting in poor growth. Use a garden fork, pushing it about 20 cm deep into the soil and wiggling it to lift loosen the soil slightly.
For the best-looking lawn all year round, Evergreen Gold lawns need regular feeding through a slow-release formulation, four times a year.
Evergreen Gold lawns do not need more water than other lawns, but they can’t withstand drought, so an irrigation system would be a good investment.