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Luxury Italian grass seeds for shade and shady places Ombra

Luxury Italian grass seeds for shade and shady places Ombra
Luxury Italian grass seeds for shade and shady places Ombra
22.05Euro
  • Model: GSF0068

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Ombra is one of the luxurious ryegrass grasses for shade and shady places from the catalog for gardening semenata.org. It is distinguished by high quality and precise selection of grass species. Shade grass is specifically for grass areas that are located in shadier locations. It is the work of the Italian specialists in the industry from Continental siemens, who are among the leaders in the sector.

Ombra is composed of 5 high-quality varieties of grasses from the Zitni family, whose characteristics point to great resistance to living in semi-shaded areas. Even in the shade, however, green areas sown with this grass show the ability to build an even and dense turf with a lasting deep green color and density.

With the shade ryegrass Italian development Ombra grasses both representative parks and public gardens, as well as private yards, courtyards of villas, residences, and guest houses, and what they all have in common is that, for a number of reasons, they all have grass spaces located in shading and other types of ornamental grasses do not grow well there.

Ombra's leaves are fine and soft to the touch, with pleasing color and grass-like softness, yet moderately resistant to trampling and trampling.

Precisely for this reason, it is not recommended to use this grass mixture for grassing sports facilities such as stadiums, playgrounds, courts, and other terrains subject to intense trampling. For that, the team of our online gardening catalog semenata.org will recommend you use our special sports grass mixtures, characterized by high resistance to trampling, pressure, and wading.

Ombra shade grass seeds plantings look best and grow best if they are sown in private or hotel gardens and for this reason, they have gained wide popularity in our mountain and seaside resorts such as those around Varna and around Burgas, in the north and on the south along the coast, near Bansko, Samokov, Sofia or Veliko Tarnovo.

Ryegrass for shade Ombra (Ombra) feels good and stands authoritatively if you landscape with it the places in the shade where the mixtures for the sun are loose and sparse. Despite its tolerance to shade, Ombra has difficulty growing in full-day shady places (under the crowns of trees, under old and dense vines, in the corners of yards, in the shade of building walls or fences, in patios). For this reason, use it in places that are partially sunny or have at least 4-5 hours of sunlight per day.

Plantations with Ombra grass mixture are not particularly picky, nor are they expensive and difficult to maintain, and if you take care of them according to the prescriptions of the specialists on our site, you will receive in return high-quality, beautiful, and practical landscaping of your grounds.

  • Cut: 1 kg
  • Sowing rate: 1 kilogram per 40 square meters.
  • Wading resistance: Weak - you can pass and step calmly on the lawn, but it does not withstand intense games and systematic wading.
  • Illumination of the terrain: In the shade or semi-shade. Despite its strong shade tolerance, the mixture cannot withstand all-day dense shade (from walnut trees, large trees, old vines, buildings, fences, etc.).
  • Watering Need: Shade and shade grass requires regular watering. Does not tolerate drying well. Keep the soil constantly moist, but not wet.
  • Features of mowing: It is mowed for the first time at a height of 7 centimeters, then every week at 4 - 5 centimeters.
  • Soil conditions: Sandy drained soils with good drainage.
  • Resistance to low temperatures: High resistance to cold with permanent green color even in winter.
  • Leaf characteristics: Medium fine to very fine leaves, extremely beautiful, delicate, and soft to the touch.
  • Suitable Fertilizers: When seeding, fertilize with a new ryegrass fertilizer, followed by a long-acting lawn fertilizer.
  • Sowing period: Grassing with this shade ryegrass is done from the end of March to June and September-October.
  • Sowing depth: 2 centimeters for sandy soil and 0.5-1.5 centimeters for clayey or similar.
  • Soil temperature at sowing: At 15-25 degrees, but not below 5 degrees Celsius.
  • Germination period: The seeds of this Italian ryegrass for shade have a very high germination rate and germinate in about 7 - 14 days.

Content of ryegrass for shady places and shade:

Red fescue (Festuca rubra 'FALLAX CASANOVA') - 30%
Sheep fescue (Festuca ovina 'RIDU) - 20%
Common vole (Agrostis tenuis 'HIGHLAND') - 10%
Poa trivialis 'DASAS' - 30%
Red fescue (Festuca rubra 'TRICHOPHYLLA CINDERELLA') - 10%

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