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Jubilee Turf is our best seller and for good reason. It creates a luxurious yet hardwearing lawn to help any garden reach its full potential.

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About Jubilee Turf

For an instantly good looking lawn that simply oozes the "wow" factor, choose Jubilee Turf

Grown on premium quality soils from carefully chosen grass seed species, Jubilee turf has a dense, dark green sward that will flatter any garden design from contemporary to cottage garden.

This turf is not just attractive, it's hard wearing too. We've chosen grass species that are tough enough to cope with a five-aside footie game, yet soft enough for a baby to take their first steps on. If there is such a thing as a lifestyle turf, Jubilee is it.

When it comes to maintenance, Jubilee turf is easy going. The more work you put in, the better your lawn will look. However, if you prefer a relaxed lawncare regime, Jubilee won't mind too much. Just remember to feed regularly and avoid scalping the lawn with your mower. Doing this will help to ensure that your turf and garden remain green and strong throughout the year. Jubilee Turf is strong enough to handle the harsh weather too, meaning that you can rely on your turf in the cold winter months.

Each roll of turf covers 1 square metre of prepared soil. We strongly recommend using a pre-turfing fertiliser with Jubilee Turf

What's in Jubilee Turf?

  • 20% Perennial Ryegrass for durability, a rich green colour and disease resistance

  • 10% Smooth Stalked Meadowgrass for an element of self-repair

  • 35% Slender Creeping Red Fescue for a dense sward with great ground coverage

  • 20% Strong Creeping Red Fescue for a soft, velvety texture

  • 15% Chewings Fescue for tolerance to low mowing

How to Lay Turf

This article explains how to lay turf properly