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Large amenity areas

As follows is the list of our 3 lawn amenity seed mixes for large areas.

  • AM5 is slow growing and needs less maintenance it does well on banks.
  • AM6 is quick to establish and is hard wearing.
  • AM10 is suitable for very large areas such as country parks.

AM5 you can buy from 800 grams upwards. AM6 & AM10 the minimum amount we can supply is 10 kilos. For bulk orders over 60 kilos, please contact us for a special price.

To calculate how much seed you need use the simple seed calculation table at the bottom of the page. 

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  1. Slower Growing Lawn Seed Ryegrass Free AM5

    • Produces a slower growing quality lawn. 
    • No amenity perennial ryegrass. 
    • New Lawn 40 grams to the sq mtr. 
    • Overseeding 20 grams.
    Name Price
    5 Kilos
    10 Kilos
    20 Kilos
    60 Kilos
  2. Large Lawn Areas AM6

    • Mixture is one of our top sellers. 
    • The perennial ryegrasses make it quick to establish. 
    • The creeping red fescue makes it hard wearing. 
    • Makes a dense hard wearing surface. 
    Name Price
    10 Kilos
    20 Kilos

Seed Quantity Calculator
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If you're unsure how much seed you need to buy, the Seed Quantity Calculator table will help you work out how much seed you need to cover a given area of ground. We have detailed seeding rates available, but if want a quick easy reckoner use the above approximations.