All-year-round green sod

Suitable for Mediterranean climate. Produced from certified festuca arundinacea seeds. High-quality turf with wide adaptability and high resistance to wear, while damage repair can be carried out promptly.

Develops a large number of roots.

Has a fine texture.

Creates turf with a dark green color.

Ideal for residential areas, parks, sports facilities.


Sod for reduced light conditions

Shade-tolerant turf suitable for areas with reduced sunlight exposure. Its main advantage over other shade blends is its deep root system. It exhibits high drought tolerance and has lower requirements for fertilization and water. It establishes and grows at a regular pace.

Very good resistance to wear and tear

Very good disease resistance

Very good shade tolerance

Moderate mowing frequency

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Sod for sports fields

The most suitable turf for athletic fields. It is characterized by excellent resistance to wear and tear, while any damage can be easily restored. Due to its deep root system, which reaches a considerable depth, it has great drought tolerance and reduced fertilization needs. Additionally, it has low nitrogen requirements and maintenance.

Excellent resistance to wear and tear

Fairly good lubrication conservation

Minimal need for herbicides

Moderate mowing frequency


Strong with deep root system

Bermuda develops a strong and deep root system, has dense foliage, and adapts to most soils. It thrives best in warm climates and exhibits high resistance to wear, drought, heat, and salinity.

Large uniformity of foliage

Rapid spring regrowth

Very good tolerance to wear and tear

Excellent resistance to fungal diseases and insect infestations



Warm-season sod

Thermophilic turfgrass, with thin dense foliage and a dark green color. It is vibrant, and its root system develops rapidly. It has high tolerance to salinity. Its use is ideal for golf courses, public parks, residential areas, and coastal regions affected by saltiness.

Aggressive spreading from the stolons

Exceptional resistance to leaf diseases and insect attacks

Low maintenance cost

Rapid regrowth in spring


St. Augustine Grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum)

A thermophilic perennial turfgrass widely used in coastal areas. It is distinguished by its intense dark green color, its tolerance to low light conditions compared to other thermophilic species, and its resistance to salinity. It spreads by stolons, making it a species with rapid regeneration from wear.

Ideal for residential areas, hotels, communal spaces, parks.

Emerald green color.

Good resistance to wear and diseases.

Good tolerance to low light conditions.



Dichondra repens - Dichondra

Dichondra is a small-leaved and dense perennial plant that has received considerable attention in recent years as a substitute for grass in areas with partial shade where other turf species cannot thrive. It has the appearance of clover and forms a dense turf usually about 4-5 cm tall. It is remarkably tolerant of various soil types and has been proven to withstand both sun and shade. It tolerates light foot traffic and shows signs of frost damage at temperatures as low as -7°C. Once established, it grows vigorously and self-seeds.

It thrives fully even in partial shade

Relatively low growth height

Does not require frequent mowing

It spreads underground and self-propagates

Dichondra Plus

Blend of Dichondra repens - Festuca Arundinacea

The "Dichondra Plus" blend is a smart choice for areas experiencing intense variability in sunlight. The combined approach of this blend creates a practical ensemble adaptable to various lighting conditions, as dichondra fills in the gaps created by fescue, maintaining the integrity of the turf even under intense shade.

Ideal for residential, communal, and public spaces.

Dark green color.

Good resistance to wear and diseases.

Good tolerance to low light conditions.