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Creating innovative outdoor collaboration areas

To create an awesome office environment you need to look more widely than just the office building. Using the area around the office with some creative landscaping can create some really cool outdoor collaboration areas so that people can work together while making the most of the beautiful weather. It can be a really good idea to get a landscape architect involved very early in the project to make sure that your indoor and outdoor areas are effectively integrated. This blog is all about creating workspaces in the great outdoors and will suit architects and building managers making the most of their space.

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If you are looking for a unique type of lawn that looks great and lasts well, then you have probably come across the species known as buffalo turf. There are many different types of grass, sharing similarities that mean they can be hard to pick apart from one another. However, buffalo turf is certainly a unique enough species that you would be hard-pressed to think of it as anything other than a special and wholly unique type of grass. Here are a few reasons why buffalo turfs unique features make it an absolute necessity for so many homes.

Variety Of Planting Techniques

Unlike many other types of grass that are applied in suburban and rural homes, buffalo turf can be installed in a number of different ways. For example, most people think that grass can only be rolled out in large pieces of sod. While that is true for a lot of grass, buffalo turf can also be planted as seeds or even installed in plugs if that is more conducive for the area. While it can also be installed as sod, like all other types of grass, this type of flexibility means that it can be used in more places that other types of grass simply could not grow in.

Simple Care

Buffalo turf is a lot wilder and less managed than many other types of grass you will find. While this might sound like a negative, it actually makes it quite a hardy turf that can survive on its own with minimal maintenance. You will not be having to mow your lawn every weekend with buffalo turf, and you will barely have to water it to keep it going. It is resilient and can survive a lot of traffic and it also can survive quite decently in the shade as well, making it an easy pick.

It Will Roam By Itself 

One thing to note that some see as a positive and others will find hard to deal with is that buffalo turf will spread to cover the area it is put in. It is a wild grass and so it is used to spreading out and going wherever it can. As such, it is best for gardens where it is not competing directly with too many smaller plants. Of course, buffalo turf will not affect trees, bushes or large flowers but it can overpower smaller plants if you are not careful and fence them off from it. Still, many people see this as an advantage because it means they have to do less work to keep their garden looking great. To learn more about buffalo turf, contact a landscaping service.