A Cut Above Your Average Lawn!

It’s almost that time of year again…summertime!  And with the sunshine, comes the weekly chore of mowing the grass.  But there are lawn alternatives1 that you can plant in areas where it may be difficult to mow, or where your lawn is simply not thriving.  Contact your local nursery to see which of the following lawn alternatives might work in your area:

  • Silver ponyfoot
  • Buffalograss
  • Moss
  • White Dutch Clover
  • Creeping Thyme
  • Frogfruit
  • Stonecrop

 Sources: 1Organic Gardening April/May 2011 issue pg. 49-50; Photo:

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