Eco-Lawn Seed - 5 lb bag
Eco-Lawn Seed - 5 lb bag
Eco-Lawn Seed - 5 lb bag
Eco-Lawn Seed - 5 lb bag

Eco-Lawn Seed - 5 lb bag

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Save money on your water bill and help the environment by planting this drought tolerant lawn.

Eco-Lawn is a blend of carefully selected, certified fine fescue grass seeds that work together to form a slow growing, drought tolerant turf that's suitable for a wide variety of conditions.  

Benefits

Due to its deep root system, Eco-Lawn requires less fertilizer and less watering than other grass seed brands. 

Eco-Lawn is also slow-growing, requiring less frequent mowing and saving you time.

This blend of grass seed grows well in a wide range of lighting conditions, including full sun, shade, and deep shade, allowing you to have a beautiful lawn around your entire property.

Details

Coverage: One bag covers 1,000 square feet (92.9 square meters)

Weight: 5 lb. (2.26 KG)

For best results, we recommended that you plant Eco-Lawn seed during the fall or spring.   

Watch this video to learn how to install Eco-Lawn for a new or existing lawn. 

Detailed planting instructions are included on the product packaging and on the Wild Flower Farm website.
 

 

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Learn more about hardiness zones and why they're important by checking out our 'Canada's hardiness zones explained' blog post!