Artificial grass can reach up to twice the temperature of real grass in direct sun. If you’re growing balcony grass for kids or pets, this is an important difference and benefit of real grass.
Regardless of what mowing tool you use, grass requires regular upkeep. You might need to reseed it, and you’ll definitely need to water it in drier climates.
Do not grow grass directly on wood floor and think twice about growing it on concrete. Consider laying polyethylene sheeting or growing in large containers.
There are two methods: One from seed and another from sod. They both require the same materials, but seed is the longer method. Look on our website for the full guide!
While you’ll never have a full lawn on your balcony, a portable container of balcony grass can make a great addition to your space. Just don’t forget to trim it!