Stenotaphrm secundatum

Buffalo is a hardy warm season grass that has become a popular choice and has adapted itself to a variety of different climatic regions and is found in the far northern reaches of Queensland and also in some areas of Victoria. Buffalo does not produce rhizomes and is purely stoloniferous.

Factors to consider when choosing Buffalo:
• Mow height between 20 and 45 mm
• Reasonable drought and wear tolerance
• Coarse in textured
• Requires less fertiliser than green couch
• Shade and wear tolerant

Parklands, lawns and shaded areas.