TRANSPLANTING LM INSTANT LAWN
LM grass works well for home lawns, office parks, rough areas on golf courses, and shaded areas. When transplanting your grass, start by killing off and removing existing grass, making sure you get to the underground runners as well.
Once the grass is 4 cm long, mow it at about 4 cm, generally once a week. Do not mow the lawn in frosty areas during winter to avoid exposing the upper leave growth to frost, causing cold damage.
LM grass does well with an irrigation system. If water is scarce the grass will go dormant and brown and die after an extended period of drought. So, despite it being relatively drought tolerant when it matures, it needs regular watering until the root system is established.
As a creeping grass LM can be used to cover bare patches.