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MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass

MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass

MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) is Ideal for:


For championship quality putting greens, MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass is a hole in one.

Championship courses around the globe choose MiniVerde™ for the fastest putting surfaces available. Ideal for putting greens, tees, and surrounds, MiniVerde's dense canopy creates a smooth, high-quality surface for excellent ball roll. MiniVerde™ outperforms other commercially grown ultra dwarfs with its dark green color, shade and disease tolerance, and its recovery from injury. MiniVerde™ has also proven ideal for tennis courts, cricket wickets, and lawn bowling courts.

Product Features:

  • Fastest putting surface of all bermudagrasses
  • Rapid establishment
  • Deep rooting
  • Moderate fertility requirement
  • Rhyzometrous rather than surface spreading allows excellent recovery from ball marks and spikes
  • Dark green color, fine-bladed
  • Remains green longer during cooler times of the year
  • Moderate shade tolerance
  • Good disease resistance
  • Less maintenance required (verticutting and topdressing) than other ultra dwarfs

MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass Characteristics

MiniVerde™ Ultra Dwarf Bermudagrass has the finest leaf blade with excellent green color that can be closely mowed to heights below 1/8 inch.

Water Quality Tolerance

MiniVerde™ offers exceptional salt tolerance making it an excellent choice for projects of all water sources.

Disease Tolerance

MiniVerde™ has superior disease tolerance necessitating minimal fungicide use.

Weed Tolerance

MiniVerde™ spreads quickly during establishment and forms a dense turf which will compete with the presence of weeds when properly maintained.

Insect/Pest Tolerance

MiniVerde™ is susceptible to insects that feed on foliage of most all turf-type bermudagrasses; however, its tight canopy helps resist damage to the putting surface.


MiniVerde™ is sterile, and must be propagated by transferring stolons or sod.