LM Features

LM grass is indigenous to South Africa and is bright green in colour. It performs well in both full sun and semi-shade areas. It is also a soft feeling and comfortable to walk on, no top dressing is required.


LM grass cannot handle extreme traffic. It is a shallow rooted grass and cannot handle frosty conditions for long periods of time.

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LM Grass

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LM grass is indigenous to South Africa. It is found predominantly in Natal and Mozambique. It thrives very well in shady and semi-shady conditions. LM grass performs well in full sun areas. This grass has a creeping organic nature but is far less invasive than Kikuyu grass.

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LM grass is relatively heat receptive and can recover from drought and heat stress by means of its creeping organic nature.


LM grass is well suited for office parks, home lawns, shade areas and rough areas on golf courses. It should not be cut shorter than 30mm in full sun areas and 50mm in full shade areas. In frosty places, the grass should not be cut during winter as It avoids cold damage by exposing the upper leave growth to frost.

LM has a slow-growing nature,

which means less mowing.

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LM Maintenance

LM grass can be planted in the semi-shady and sunny areas of your garden but is very sensitive to frost if it is in the open.  Don’t put any lawn dressing on LM grass.

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 LM grass grows on top of the ground and cannot be cut too short. If it is cut too short, the roots are open, and it can get damaged easily because of this it cannot withstand too much traffic and is much more sensitive than the Kikuyu.

LM has a slow-growing nature,

which means less mowing.