Belle Verde Malibu Artificial Grass by Linear Foot (1' L x 15' W) is easy to install realistic looking grass. It’s the same product used on golf greens and sports fields.
Are There Any Special Care Instructions for Belle Verde Malibu Artificial Grass by Linear Foot?
According to an artificial grass review, there’s little maintenance necessary for Belle Verde Malibu Artificial Grass. You should always follow any instructions included in the package. However, most artificial grass is low maintenance and doesn’t require watering or fertilizing to maintain its look. You don’t have to worry about weeds or dead spots.
How Do You Order Belle Verde Malibu Artificial Grass by Linear Foot?
The Belle Verde Malibu artificial grass comes in rolls 15 feet wide. However, you choose the length of the roll when you order it. The artificial grass is priced per foot. When you purchase your material online, you buy one linear foot at a time. For example, if you have an area that’s 450 square feet, you will need to order a piece that’s 30 linear feet long. The material would come to you in a roll that’s 15 feet wide by 30 feet long.
How Do You Install Artificial Lawn Grass?
Installing artificial grass is not overly complicated. It can be cut to any shape using a sharp utility knife. You can form it around obstacles and install it in just about any environment. Installation instructions come with each roll. You can hire installation professionals to do the work for you if you prefer.
What’s the Best Artificial Grass Made?
Belle Verde Malibu artificial grass is created from polyethylene and has a pile height of 1 ¼”. There’s no infill required to install your lawn. The primary blade color is field green and olive green with a thatch blade color of pine green. It’s resistant to UV discoloration and weather. It’s pet-friendly and works well inside, in backyards and pet or patio areas.
Artificial grass products (larger rugs and products sold in rolls) are heavy - the customer should have assistance (2-3 people) to pull materials off the truck and bring it to where they want it on the property. The delivery driver is not obligated to do this. Shipping companies will only deliver to the curb.