If your landscape goal is to have the perfect lawn, who is it for? Yourself? Your neighbors? If the answer is both, perhaps you should expand your definition of neighbors and rise to a different challenge: Try growing a perfect lawn for bees.
That means you’ll have to change your concept of a perfect lawn. Most people probably think a lawn should consist of a single type of grass that’s manicured and maintained to look like a golf course. And why not? It’s a lawn they can love and their neighbors will admire. It’s a look millions of Americans strive for.
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