Kenda Kikuyu

Kenda KikuyuKenda (pennisetum clandestinum ‘KIK203’) is a Kikuyu with great drought and wear tolerance. This is because of it’s deep and strong rhizomes that hold the Turf together.

As well as being able to handle heavy wear and prolonged drought, Kenda is fast to establish and establishes faster than other Kikuyu types, so it doesn’t need more mowing.

Kenda grows more horizontally than vertically, meaning it will be smaller in height than other Kikuyu Turf. Kenda has a denser appearance than common Kikuyu, making it a more uniform and beautiful Kikuyu.

It also appears to have better Winter colour than the common Kikuyu. Common Kikuyu regularly produces viable seed which can spread via a number of methods. Kenda is a male sterile turf producing little or no viable seed heads.

Kenda Information Sheet
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