Sir Walter

Sir Walter is a drought resistance Buffalo grass popular in many parts of Australia.
Sir Walter requires about the same amount of water as the cool climate grasses to get established, but once fully mature it generally requires less water to survive during the summer. It does however go dormant during the cold winter months, during which the turf will discolour. The amount of discolouration will depend on the severity of the winter.
Warm Climate grasses can only be laid during the warmer months (i.e. September through to April).
The self-repairing qualities of Sir Walter means that any damaged or over-mown patches quickly re-establish without the need for pampering.

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