PERFORM: Bowling Greens

  • Fescue and browntop bent blend seamlessly
  • A premium mix for uniform greens
  • Tolerates close mowing, disease and drought
From £21.50
 

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Product Description

Do your bowling greens need overseeding or overhauled? Our PERFORM: Bowling Green mix contains a seamless blend of fescues and browntop bent to develop a dense and disease resistant sward that will still tolerate close mowing. This fine mix creates a superior sward for bowling greens to provide a professional playing surface for community bowls or organisations.

Mixture Breakdown

45% Slender Creeping Red Fescue
45% Chewings Fescue
10% Browntop Bentgrass

Usage Guide

For expert advice on how to renovate or overseed bowling greens please send us an email to [email protected] so we can best assist you and tailor a seeding / fertilising programme to your needs.

Sowing Rate 35 grams per m2

Aftercare

For expert advice on how to renovate or overseed bowling greens please send us an email to [email protected] so we can best assist you and tailor a seeding / fertilising programme to your needs.

Product Questions

Product Questions

Hi
I am going to sow a 92sq m lawn that I would like to be suitable for croquet or bowls but I also want to use a robot mower most of which have a minimum cutting height of 30mm or one or two that can go down to 20mm. Is it suitable to use your bowling green mix at these cutting heights? If so will it be short enough for croquet/bowls?
Also they are all mulching mowers with no grass collection? Is this suitable for use on new lawns ?
Question by: Jim Williamson on 4 Jul 2021, 21:49
Hi Jim

This particular mix consists of fescues which will tolerate a close mow, which is much preferred for any of the sporting mixes.
Answer by: Roisin McCann on 5 Jul 2021, 10:42
Hi using this product what would be the general maintenance thanks for any feedback
Question by: Kevin on 3 Sept 2021, 15:55
Hi Kevin

This particular mix can tolerate a closer mow than some of the others, it can be cut as short as 10mm-20mm. Otherwise the maintenance is the same as any other lawn, water regularly and apply a seasonal fertiliser.
Answer by: Roisin McCann on 7 Sept 2021, 11:23
How long will seed remain viable in one of your unopened bags?
Similarly, in a bag that has been opened but sealed within airtight packaging?
Question by: Richard Coombs on 11 Mar 2021, 08:14
Our seed is all fresh so will be good for about 12 months, likely 18 in reality but the less time that passes the better!
Store it a cool, dry place and away from pests and it will be fine.
Answer by: Roisin McCann on 11 Mar 2021, 08:33

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