It's slightly over six months now, since we first embarked on spot turfing project at Tanah Merah home. Cowgrass is endemic to Malaysia, therefore it should find it natural to grow and spread. Every time we cut the grass, fertiliser will be applied, the normal granular NPK. The lawn stays green and healthy. I think give it a couple of years, there should be enough organic matter of dead leaves and grass chips for the lawn to survive without additional fertiliser.
|Freshly cut lawn, with 4 papaya in the middle|
|Lawn and papaya at lower angle|
|Adlina and Adli went along to Rantau Panjang.|
|Adlina, on the lawn, in front of grandma orchid house.|
Cowgrass will not offer clinical finish, immaculate kind of lawn. But it is adequate for our home, to add green as background to our little vegetable garden. It should look decent with regular cut twice a month, but the busy schedule may push grass cutting low in the priority list. What's more important, Adlina can give a special pose!.