A short, 5 to 8 inch height, sod-forming grass. Lives on as little as 12 inches of water per year. Spreads by seed and surface runners. Buffalo has no natural diseases or pests, does not respond to fertilizer, and withstands extreme heat or cold. Is found from Minnesota and Montana to Mexico. Exotic lawn grasses such as Bermuda and St. Augustine, require 60 to 120 inches of water per year, need frequent mowing, regular applications of fertilizer and pesticides, and can freeze out in harsh winters.
3.4 oz covers 150 sq ft
Height: 0.3’-1’Spread: 1’-2’Bloom: April-SeptemberLight: Full Sun, Part SunWater: Low, MediumZone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Origin: North AmericaDeer Resistant: No