Kurapia is a highly versatile (drought tolerant) groundcover that replaces traditional lawns, groundcovers, and erosion control plants. It establishes fast, is easy to control, and can be mowed into a low cushiony turf or left to bloom into a lush groundcover. Kurapia's low water and low maintenance requirements allows for light foot-traffic, great aesthetics, and even greater versatility.
65%-75% less water than fescue
40%-50% less water than Bermuda
Kurapia is an ideal groundcover. It stays green and lush with minimal work, and remains attractive and pleasurable to walk on. From residential to commercial, Kurapia is an optimal solution for "tough spots".
Name: Phyla nodiflora L. “Kurapia”
Common Name: Kurapia
Plant Type: Evergreen Perennial
Growth Habit: Prostate, Sterile, Non-Invasive
Planting Season: Best in March to September
Flowers: Small, White, May to November
Height: Low growing, less than 1”- 2” high in full sun
Width: Spreading to 6 feet
Exposure: Sun to Part Shade
Drought Tolerant: ETo 20% by drip irrigation and ETo 40% by sprinkler irrigation
pH Tolerant: pH 4-9
Salinity: Up to EC 7ds/m
Temperature: 20°F -120°F
USDA Hardiness Zones: 7b-13b
UC TESTED - LOW WATER USE
2012 UC Riverside Test - Overhead Irrigation 40% of ETo
2014 UC Davis & UC ANR Test - Drip Irrigation 20% of ETo
75 degree angle slope holds well by Kurapia’s mat-like thick root architecture.
Kurapia establishes quickly. Its prostrate growth habit reduces need for mowing.
Fills in ground rapidly and is evergreen in the southwest states.
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Valley Sod Office
3725 W. Teco Avenue, Suite 9
Las Vegas, Nevada 89118