Zoysia japonica ‘Meyer’
Ground covers, Turf Grasses
These Asian natives tend to spread slowly, are fairly deep rooted. Dormant and straw-colored during the winter; turn green in spring. Use for lawns and groundcovers. Plant using sod, sprigs, stolons, or plugs. Mow lawns 1–2 in. high.Zoysia japonica ‘Meyer’
Resembles bluegrass (Poa). Turns brown earliest in winter, turns green latest in spring. New strains of Z. japonica include ‘De Anza’, ‘El Toro’, and ‘Victoria’. All have increased durability and are quicker to establish. ‘El Toro’ is more shade-tolerant.
Resembles bluegrass (Poa). Turns brown earliest in winter, turns green latest in spring. New ...
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Hybrid between Z. japonica and Z. tenuifolia. Makes wiry, dark green, prickly-lookin...