Due to the ongoing floods, we are experiencing stock delays as many turf farms have been underwater.
As a result, all turf orders will go on a waitlist until our farms bounce back. We appreciate your patience!

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Kenda Kikuyu

$8.00 per m2

Kenda® Kikuyu handles all kinds of wear and tear – whether it’s from large dogs, active kids or regular backyard parties – and looks good while doing it.

Kenda® has a strong root system that grows vigorously. The result is a lawn that establishes quickly, is incredibly wear tolerant and has an excellent recovery rate. (minimum total order quantity of 30 m2)

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Unlike common Kikuyu, Kenda® grass is bred to be sterile and produce minimal seed head meaning it is less likely to spread into surrounding garden beds or onto foot paths.

Kenda®’s sterile seed head also means it has low allergenic characteristics which reduces its likelihood of causing problems for allergy sufferers

Kenda® is an efficient water user and highly drought tolerant. It’s an ideal choice for areas with low rainfall or council water restrictions.


  • Cut to 2.5cm-5cm every 7-10 days in the warmer months, and every 3-6 weeks in cold months
  • Fertiliser is recommended twice a year: once in early April and once in September

Kenda® Kikuyu is highly drought tolerant once established – but, like all plants, needs water. Requirements will vary depending on environmental factors. Be aware of a drying climate and water your lawn accordingly.

Remember, infrequent deep watering of your lawn promotes a healthy lawn and a strong deep-rooted system. Watering time is best in the early morning.


  • Bright green colour all year-round
  • Soft to the touch and underfoot
  • Fine-medium leaf
  • Dense growth


  • Highly durable and resilient
  • Very high wear tolerance
  • Good weed resistance due to dense growth
  • Good resistance to diseases
  • Grows in most soil types
  • Bred to produce a sterile seed head meaning less chance of spreading into garden beds
  • Produces low seed head (a common irritant for people with allergies)

Climatic performance

  • Thrives in full sun
  • High drought tolerance
  • High cold tolerance
  • Grows in most parts of Australia

Environmental benefits

  • Low water usage
  • Reduced fertiliser requirements
  • Reduced herbicide requirements

Lawn Install Tips

To assist you in correctly laying your turf so that it flourishes well into the future, read through our helpful hints on how to prepare soil, lay turf and maintain your new lawn.