by Catherine Tally 4 years ago
Have you converted your lawn into another form of landscape in order to save water?Many people are either eliminating lawn or reducing its size in order to live more economically and with greater concern for the environment. Your thoughts?
by Beth Perry 4 years ago
What types of lawn grass or ground covering plants grows best in shaded areas?We have a tall maple that casts a great deal of shadow over our back yard. We are thinking of trying to seed the area with some type of grass that will grow in shade, and if not grass then an attractive ground covering...
by David Livermore 4 years ago
What can I replace the grass on my lawn with?I have grass lawn in my front and back yard. I don't want it anymore. I pay $55 a month for yard service, it wastes water (and in California, that's bad), and most of the times it's ugly.What can I replace it with that won't be an eyesore,...
by William R. Wilson 8 years ago
Strange question maybe, but why do you do it? I mow only because I rent and have to maintain the yard as part of my lease agreement. If I owned I would try to find a way to never mow.What about you? Do you mow because you want your house to look nice? Do you get some other...
by Donna Cosmato 6 years ago
Should we leave the grass clippings on the lawn or remove them? What's the downside of leaving them?
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
Do you cut your own grass and if so how often?
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