Dichondra Warm-Season Ground Cover
Dichondra is a low growing, warm season, perennial ground cover that forms a lush, dense carpet. It performs best in warm, mild climates in California, Arizona, Hawaii and parts of Texas and Florida. Dichondra ground cover is bright green in color with round kidnry shaped leaves. It spreads from creeping stolons and underground rhizomes. Roots are shallow, ﬁbrous and grow to a depth of 6-12 inch-es.
- Low growing ground cover or lawn alternative
- Grows in sun and light shade
- Will not tolerate temperatures below 25 degrees F
- Seldom needs mowing
- Adapts to light conditions
- Withstands light traﬃc
Dichondra ground cover is useful as a perennial ground cover
* Ground cover in tight places such as stepping stones or next to walls or fountains.
* Lawn alternative in sun or light shade
1 pound covers up to 200 square feet for new areas.
1 pounds covers up to 300 square feet if overseeding.
Sow seed in the Spring-Summer months when temperatures are in the 70’s during the day and 50’s at night.
Emergence: 14-21 days with proper irrigation. A good soaking after initial seeding should be done in order for the coating material on the seed to absorb adequate moisture.
Establishment in 6-8 weeks.
50% Minimum purity
50% Coating material
90% Minimum germination
250,000 seeds per coated pound