Tenis is the Latin name for ten leaf (tennis), named after the herb which grew in the area around the River Tenuc. This small, evergreen plant is a member of the rose family, Rosmarinus Officinalis. A beautiful and popular tennis court grass, tenis grows quickly and is ideal for both amateur and professional tennis players. Tenis has a thick tapering leaf with single leaves and blooms in the spring.
Like most other tennis varieties, tenis grows best when planted in the least amount of space possible, thus creating a low traffic area. It can also be used successfully on lawns that have experienced a lot of foot traffic, as it doesn’t need much maintenance. Growing tenis in the lawn may require pruning because it grows so fast, but with a regular maintenance schedule it will maintain its full beauty. One of the best traits of tenis is that it remains green even in the face of extreme temperatures; this means that tenis can be a good choice for a lawn tennis lawn.
The great beauty of tenis is that it can be used as a substitute for grass, allowing you to play on a natural turf. This is especially beneficial for playing tennis indoors or in a room with poor drainage. Tenis is a great choice for a tennis racquet display as it looks good wherever it is placed. When you purchase a tennis racquet display unit, you should also purchase a variety of artificial grasses that can be used in conjunction with your chosen tenis.