Dactylis glomerataRated 5/5 based on 2 reviews.
Standard seed packet, 1500 seeds
Loved by cats. Often grown for indoor house cats that don't have access to other vegetation. Can be grown indoors or outdoors. Catgrass (Dactylis glomerata) can be invasive if grown in the garden so is best grown in pots or trays. Sprinkle seeds on surface of soil and cover thinly with soil. Keep soil moist. Seeds should germinate in around 5-10 days. Easy to grow. Fast growing.
|Germination:||5-10 days @ 20-30°C|
|Days to Maturity/Flowering:||20-30 days|
(Product number: D1-18)
Seeds per gram: 1740 seeds
|Botanical name:||Dactylis glomerata|
|Packet type:||Standard seed packet|
|Packet quantity:||1500 seeds|
|Seeds per gram:||1740|
My dog loves it23 December 2018It grew really well and quite fast. My dog likes to eat it. She would usually eat grass while out for walks and it would worry me about pesticide and weeds she may be trying to eat. Considering I don't have real grass growing in the backyard this was a great alternative. Very happy and would recommend
Excellent grass for cats (plus bonus ladybug home!8 November 2018Bought and sowed these back in May 2018. The clump is still going strong despite being frequently mauled by multiple cats and a puppy. I have also found that ladybugs (aka the anti-aphid-squad) absolutely love hiding on the blades of this grass, so it's a bonus beneficial bug attractant too! Although I suggest planting some that cats or dogs can't get to, as to leave the ladybugs in peace. I've taken to putting pots of cat grass between produce and flowers to get the ladybugs close to where they're needed.