For 39 years Anco Turf has been growing and supplying quality Instant Turf to Victoria's home owners, landscapers, golf courses, racetracks, sportsfields and home gardeners.
We grow a wide variety of grass types including Sir Walter Buffalo that will suit the requirements of any site. With turf farms located across Melbourne at Cranbourne West, Clyde, Five Ways and... Read More
Our gift to you with every order of 50 square metre or more of SIR WALTER:
1. A Loving Your Lawn Book (retail value $29.95)
2. 5kg bag of lawn starter
3. A Plantmark trade pass (this allows you entry into Plantmark wholesale nurseries located in various locations around Melbourne)
As part of Lawn Solutions Australia (LSA), we are now able to provide our customers with Australia's first 10 year product warranty.
LSA members are Australia's best and most experienced turf growers who have come together to offer a one-stop solution for all your lawn needs.
The warranty certifies that a lawn supplied by a LSA member has been grown and harvested to stringent standards, is free of weeds and disease on delivery and will perform to its maximum potential in its new environment (subject to conditions).
Our "Grub Free" guarantee ensures your new Sir Walter Turf and RTF-Tall Fescue are free from grubs for the first 3 months. Click here for more details
Grown on our farms with passion, delivered to you.
Sir Walter Premium Lawn Turf was developed in Australia for Australian conditions. Sir Walter is able to maintain its colour in winter, resistant to fungus, performs well in the shade, recovers quickly from the damages, low water use, and requires low chemical treatment and mowing, offering a high quality appearance.
A very fine leafed couch noted for its attractive appearance and colour retention in the Victorian climate. Nullarbor-Santa Ana is considered a ‘low maintenance’ grass. Hardwearing in nature, Nullarbor-Santa Ana is less invasive than other creeping grasses. Nullarbor-Santa Ana can be cut extremely short and can be used as a home golf green.
Eureka-Kikuyu has good drought tolerance and will rapidly self repair from wear. A true low maintenance grass, Kikuyu will stay green with minimal irrigation and fertility.
RTF-Tall Fescue is a perennial grass adapted to a wide range of growing conditions. Commonly known as a dress lawn, this lush green lawn with it’s fine leaf looks magnificent all year round. Being a cool season lawn, RTF-Tall Fescue can be laid in winter.
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Village Green is a hard wearing, self repairing emerald green turf. Village Green exhibits less winter dormancy than other Kikuyu varieties and when mown regularly and short will develop a fine texture. Ideal for backyards and high wear areas.
Coming soon in 2017! Sir Grange is a fineleaf, shade and sun tolerant grass that exhibits good drought tolerance. Capable of being mown short we expect Sir Grange to perform well in home lawns, golf fairways, tees and surrounds and parklands.
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Effective weed control when using herbicides. Select the correct herbicide by reading the label. Ensure the weed you are targeting is listed and the herbicide is suitable for using on your lawn type. Always read the label instructions prior read more...
ColourGuard is a natural organic grass treatment product that strengthens and protects grass under extreme conditions and instantly restores the colour by re-introducing micron sized green pigment back into the natural grass blades. read more...
Now is the time to prepare your lawn for the onslaught of winter. Consider carrying out the following simple tasks in order to help your lawn survive the cold and to thrive next spring. Fertilise now. The use of a complete Lawn read more...
It’s December in Victoria. The Christmas parties have started and the BBQ’s are sizzling. Most will be well fed, but what about the lawns of Melbourne. Ninety per cent of lawns are suffering from malnutrition and as a result they do not read more...
A Rolling stone gathers no moss but sometimes lawns will. Moss can be a problem in lawns during winter and early spring. In many instances the moss disappears over summer leading the lawn owner or custodian to believe their problems are gone. read more...
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