• Poa pratensis, also known as Bluegrass, is a deep green-colored plant with dense and fine leaf
    texture, forming a high-quality turf. Although its germination is slow, after it has been established, it
    spreads through rhizomes. It is resistant to cold, but has poor shade and drought tolerance. It stops
    growing in temperatures greater than 27 °C in summer, but it preservers its green appearance if
    watered frequently. It is tolerant to heavy traffic as it can quickly recover. In heavily used and worn
    areas, it regrows through rhizomes, rejuvenating the problematic area. It is resistant to diseases,
    particularly to helmithosporium (leaf spot) disease. In addition to being used in all landscaping areas,
    it is also commonly preferred in sports fields.