The only time I wanted the Kurapia was the inital week of planting
After the planting, I was worried a couple times last summer that the heat and dryness would kill the plants. I attempted to fix my sprinkler system and give the plants a drink, but the location gets significant foot traffic from kids and the cars parking along the street. Hence I was not able to water them due to broken sprinklers. And to my surprise, the Kurapia continued to thrive through the summer, fall, and winter.
Kurapia, has provided excellent service & support
After extensive Research and investigation Kurapia was chosen for my projects for the following reasons: aesthetics (appearance), growth habit, drought tolerance, erosion control, weed suppression, disease resistance, maintenance aspects, foremost and most importantly – water conservation with reduction of water usage.
In choosing Kurapia, a close nit, low growing groundcover – turf replacement with a good, dark green appearance was sought after. Performance was very important. Kurapia needed to thrive in a diversity of soil types and conditions. Kurapia meets these criteria with even more benefits.
I believe Kurapia will revolutionize the landscape industry in erosion control, functionality, multi diversity usage, and help save our most precious resource – WATER. Kurapia is good for the environment and promotes our increasingly disappearing beneficial pollinators.
Kurapia, has provided excellent service & support.
We fully believe in this product
We can say that we fully believe in this product and the future it has as becoming the leading turf and groundcover alternative. We have seen the results first hand and definitely look forward to installing it on all of our future products.
Kurapia is a great option where you need a groundcover that won’t get irrigated
The Davis Enterprise, a community newspaper from Davis in Yolo County released an article on Oct. 24th, 2014 titled: ‘How low-water can our landscapes go?’ The article reported on a study conducted by UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension researchers, Loren Oki and Karrie Reid where they tested a variety of plants ability to survive and thrive with varying levels of water. Kurapia was among them. On Kurapia, Reid says “Kurapia is a great option where you need a groundcover that won’t get irrigated. I think it will be great in what they call ‘hell strips’ or the area between the sidewalk and the street, where it is notoriously difficult to grow anything. Kurapia will do just fine there! Homeowners may want to consider using it as a lawn replacement, too.” According to a California Department of Resource study, 53% of our household water goes towards irrigating our landscapes. So, when it comes to water, cutting back in our outdoor spaces is an obvious first step, and Kurapia is here to help!