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1. ORNAMENTAL GRASSESOne of the best ways to reduce the area of your …
2. MOSSMoss is one of the easiest low-maintenance lawn alternatives around. …
3. CREEPING CHARLIEIt may seem strange to recommend what’s commonly …
4. SWEET WOODRUFFSweet Woodruff is an edible herb, said to taste …
5. RED CREEPING THYMERed creeping thyme transforms any lawn area into …
6. CLOVERThe benefits of a clover lawn are many. Most notably, it’s extremely …
7. FLOWER & SHRUB BEDSFlower and shrub beds aren’t an ideal choice for a …
8. CHAMOMILEChamomile isn’t just low-maintenance and eco-friendly—it’s …
9. SNOW-IN-SUMMERSnow-in-summer earns its unique name from the …
10. DUTCH CLOVERYou’ve probably spotted patches of Dutch Clover, with its …

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9 hours ago Switching to one of these four lawn alternatives will give you landscaping that’s greener and stands out from your neighbors’ properties. Shop smart, and these alternatives could be far cheaper than your current lawn care arrangement. Tips for Saving Money. Saving money requires more than just finding a cheap, time-saving lawn alternative.

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7 hours ago 10 Cheap Alternatives to Grass Lawn - The Backyard Pros

1. Moss. (Hypnum or Thuidium spp) For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. Its low-growing habit eliminates the need for mowing, and the texture of mosses is a perfect foil for nearby flowering perennials and evergreens.
2. Clover. (Trifolium repens) A member of the legume family, clover is a tough-as-nails lawn alternative, thriving in sun to partial shade and needing no fertilizing.
3. Mondo Grass. (Ophiopogon japonicus) Adapted to zones 5 to 9, this evergreen ground cover is a perfect way to achieve a no-grass lawn. Opt for regular mondo grass, which grows up to 6 inches tall, or choose dwarf mondo grass, just 2 inches tall, and never mow again.
4. Lilyturf. (Liriope muscari) Commonly called liriope, this evergreen ground cover features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows to a height of 1 foot to 1½feet tall.
5. Dwarf Myrtle. (Myoporum parviflora) A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left on its own to grow up to 2 feet tall.
6. Prairie Meadows. Meadows have a mix of wildflowers, low-growing flowering perennials and ornamental or native grasses. Many extension offices have a list of the types of plant combinations that will work for your specific area, requiring the lowest maintenance and water.
7. Other considerations: Even low-maintenance lawn alternatives need some maintenance: seasonal mowing, supplemental irrigation in times of drought and occasional weeding.

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1. Mulch. Many people lay mulch on their lawn and create walking paths around them. These usually cost 0.20-0.60 $ per sq. meter. Mulch landscaping includes adding decaying leaves, bark, or compost instead of grass.
2. Artificial Grass. When it becomes difficult to grow grass in your lawn, artificial grass is one of the most popular alternatives. This is grass made using synthetic fibers, which looks very similar to the appearance of natural grass.
3. Install Pavers. Pavers consist of covering an area using concrete, stones, bricks, or tiles. Pavers or paving stones, however, are one of the best options to have instead of grass.
4. Rock and/or Sand Garden. This is also known as dry landscaping. It is a form of Japanese Zen gardening and is created by using stylized rocks or sand. You can use crushed granite, fine gravel, or small pebbles to spread across a flat surface and create a rock or sand garden.
5. Recycled Wooden Decks. If people are selling off wood or timber in your area, pick some up and create a deck! You will need to purchase screws and a drill is handy, but the amount of money you save will be worth it.
6. Paint The Lawn Green. If you’re having trouble growing grass, just paint your current lawn green. This costs about 25-35 cents per sq. meter. Lawn painting is widely used in golf courses and football fields as a method of touching up the brown grass spots.
7. Gravel. There are plenty of different gravel color options to style your yard and gravel can be an easier and cheap alternatives to grass lawn. If you are expecting a beautiful but low maintenance garden, gravel is the best material.
8. Ground-Covering Plants and Trees. Trees add attractive centerpieces when designing landscapes. However, the ground surrounding the trees could become a problem.
9. Replace Grass with Micro Clover. Micro clover is a type of a small clover. It has tiny leaves and grows low on the ground. A micro clover lawn can be grown with a combination of grass and clover which adds nitrogen to the soil and reduces the need to use fertilizer.
10. Allow Native Plants to Grow. If you are looking for a natural way, choosing native plants is one of the cheap alternatives to grass that I would recommend.

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7 hours ago Above: Green Carpet Rupturewort ( Herniaria glabra) is so-called for its abundance of tiny leaves that grow in a very low flat manner to create a dense evergreen carpet. It turns a reddish color in winter. Hardy in zones 5 to 9; $4.95 for a 3-inch pot at Mountain Valley Growers. Above: Consider replacing your lawn with moss.

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Just Now One of the lawn alternatives that can most closely resemble grass is groundcover. Groundcover plants are those that spread across the ground without growing very tall. These species of plants have the advantage of being low maintenance because they do not need to be mowed at all and usually don’t require fertilizer or much watering either.

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2 hours ago CountryMouse13 / Flickr / CC by 2.0 It may look like dirt, but decomposed granite (DG) is actually a gritty, crumbly granite rock that binds together when compacted. Unlike dirt, it doesn't create dust or particles when you walk on it. And for areas that don't need to be paved or landscaped, DG is a great solution.

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2 hours ago Easi-Belgravia Easigrass, £1,680 for a garden measuring 24m2, including installation and optional 1.8cm shock pad (as shown), Easigrass. For a natural look, expect to pay £25 to £40 per square metre. Remember that blades of real grass aren’t all the same size or colour, so consider this when looking at those on offer.

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3 hours ago And hardy Eco-Lawn thrives even in difficult spots, such as under spreading trees or in clay soils. The cost of growing these blends from seed is comparable to that of conventional grass seed. No Mow Lawn Mix, for example, costs $3.75 to $5.95 per pound; you need five pounds per 1,000 square feet, which translates to about 2 cents per square

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2 hours ago Lawn Replacement Alternatives. Dry Garden Landscape. Granite chips replaced the lawn here. Front yard rain garden in SW Portland. A dry creek, a rain garden, and rock garden all in one. Japanese dry garden in Forest Heights. Modern paver patio eliminated about 1400 square feet of lawn.

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3 hours ago Blue grama is becoming another attractive option for alternative lawns. Like buffalograss, blue grama is a warm-season native grass from the Great Plains. While buffalograss performs best in clay soils, blue grama prefers more sandy soils and is sometimes mixed with buffalograss in low-maintenance turf blends.

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5 hours ago Despite your best efforts, you may still encounter lawn problems when patches of grass won’t grow on slopes or in shady or sunny areas, or when your lawn is prone to thatch. If you’re rethinking the wisdom of growing lawn grass, there are several low-maintenance groundcover alternatives that will actually allow you to enjoy your summer

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1. Native Grasses. A new way to achieve a beautiful lawn, reduce water consumption, and cut your workload in half all at once is to plant native grasses.
2. Blue Star Creeper. From use as a decorative landscape accent or complete ground covering, Blue Star Creeper grows in light shade or full sun and features charming blooms in hues of blue and white.
3. Oregano Grass. If you are looking for a beautiful, scented and useful lawn alternative, oregano is a great choice. Creeping oregano or oregano grass is a type of groundcover, and comes in multiple forms, with creeping oregano (Origanum vulgare humile), creeping golden marjoram (Origanum vulgare aureum) and mounding marjoram (Origanum majorana) performing very well.
4. Elfin Thyme. Also known as creeping thyme, elfin thyme is studded with vivid lavender and pink flowers through the summer, resistant to drought damage and has multiple uses, such as a full ground cover or stepping stone accent.
5. Rock. Whether you plan to cover a large portion of your lawn or simply want to accent a landscape’s focal points, rock is a cost-effective solution requiring virtually no maintenance.
6. Lawn Chamomile. An aromatic alternative to grass, chamomile serves as a soft, lush ground cover perfect for sunny areas. Best suited for remote pieces of land with light foot traffic, chamomile lawns are low maintenance and beautifully-scented.
7. Australian Violet. Recognized by its small but exceptionally pretty violet and white flowers, the Australian violet (Viola hederacea or Tasmanian Violet) is a stunning indigenous alternative to grass.
8. Kidney Weed. Despite being called a weed, dichondra repens is a very effective lawn alternative that has a lot to offer. Native to Australia and New Zealand, it can be used instead of grass or as a soft buffer between stepping stones and requires little or no mowing because it is very low-growing.
9. Green Carpet Rupturewort. With its low stature, the herniaria glabra plant came to be called “green carpet,” which makes it a perfect grass alternative.
10. Clover Seed. Requiring little maintenance and mowing, white clover seed ground cover replaces traditional grass easily in sunny, partial shade or full shade areas while being fairly drought resistant.

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8 hours ago White flowering clover makes a good lawn alternative and attracts plenty of pollinators. You can also use microclover, which is a variety with tiny leaves. It doesn’t flower but it is hardier for walking on and really low maintenance. Look for seed mixes containing clover or …

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1. Synthetic Grass. Commonly referred to as artificial turf, synthetic grass makes for the perfect alternative to a grass lawn. Not only does synthetic grass look like the real thing, but it also comes in a variety of different materials such as nylon and polyethylene.
2. Mulch. Many people think of mulch as shredded wood material that’s used in flower beds and gardens. And while this is the case, mulch also makes for a great alternative to a standard grass lawn.
3. Gravel and Stones. One of the most flexible alternatives to real grass is the use of gravel or stones. There is a vast array of colors and textures that are available when considering gravel.
4. Clover. If you are seeking an alternative to your grass lawn but want a thriving ecosystem near your home, clover may be your best bet. Clover is a very inexpensive substitute for grass, yet similar to real grass.
5. Moss. New Jersey may be known as the Garden State, but it’s definitely not the sunshine state. Real grass, while attractive in the summer, can become a discolored, patchy mess without enough sunlight.

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8 hours ago Lawn Alternatives for an Eco-Friendly Yard. There is a significant movement underway by American homeowners to plant alternatives to grass in their yards. Replacing your lawn with an eco-friendly alternative has many benefits and eliminates the hassle of mowing, fertilizing, watering, and applying dangerous pesticides.

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7 hours ago Meadows require a different mind-set than a lawn, as they don’t look the same all year long. The seed heads sway in the breeze, flowers come and go, and there may be a dormant period. To get a meadow established you must control the competing weeds, including invasive European annuals like foxtail and wild oats and perennials like oxalis and

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9 hours ago Many of the organic lawn fertilizers out there can be quite high priced. Covering all of your lawn can feel like quite a big investment, but Milorganite 0636 Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer is our Budget Pick for this list. It’s one of the most affordable organic lawn fertilizers out there, with a very low price per bag.

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1. Groundcovers. Groundcovers are can be excellent solution; they spread naturally and don’t grow tall enough to require mowing. They work well in hard-to-mow areas like embankments along roads and river frontage and narrow strips along the driveway.
2. Ornamental Grasses. Where you want a little added height and a hint of color, consider ornamental grasses. They’re drought-resistant, grow in moist soil, require little maintenance, and don’t spread like groundcovers.
3. Evergreen Moss. For a shady location, consider moss. It’s easy to plant and spreads quickly. Because moss lacks roots, it takes in moisture from dew and surface water through its leaves, requiring very little water otherwise.
4. Perennial Beds. Another downside to turf grass is that it provides no food for pollinators. You can remedy that by planting perennial beds. Since it’s not practical to cover large open spaces with perennials, start with a small area of your yard and get it established before moving on to another area.
5. Rock Garden. Mountainous, rocky regions lend themselves perfectly to groundcover that forms naturally—rocks. If you have a rugged or sloped location or a place where little grows, consider installing a rock garden.

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5 hours ago Dwarf cinquefoil can take more foot traffic than the other lawn alternatives I’ve planted, but it still can’t handle any soccer games. In my 1,000-square-foot backyard, I planted golden carpet sedum ( Sedum acre , Zones 3–8), a creeping variety that is only 4 inches tall.

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9 hours ago California Meadow Sedge (Carex pansa)-This carex, among a couple of others, have a grass-like appearance but don’t require nearly as much maintenance or mowing as lawn does.California Meadow Sedge can handle all kinds of soil conditions and foot traffic and does best in full sun to partial shade.

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3 hours ago Traditional lawn (Kentucky bluegrass, fescue, Bermuda grass) The amount of water needed to keep our lawns green is seriously impacting Western water supplies. In Denver, for example, 55% of all residential water is used on landscaping. Synthetic lawn This is the best part: Synthetic lawns require no water except an occasional spray to clean them.

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5 hours ago If you want a low-maintenance garden that looks great all year round, a huge expanse of lawn is simply not the best option. Lots of people opt for lawn as the obvious choice – it’s relatively cheap to install and it’s soft enough to lay on, or kids to play on. However, we’ve found some fantastic, natural alternatives to grass to help

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4 hours ago Gravel is another alternative to grass lawn. There is a wide range of stone types to choose from such as crushed granite, stone pebbles, river rocks, decomposed granite, pea gravel. There are many advantages for using these materials that include color and texture variety, availability, price range from inexpensive to high-end and durability.

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1. Micro-clover. Before herbicides were commonly used, clover was frequently included in lawn seed mixes. So why did it go out of fashion? The answer is broadleaf herbicides.
2. Creeping Thyme. Creeping thyme is a hardy plant that can quickly fill in the empty spaces in paths, lawns, and garden boarders. It is drought tolerant and can handle heavy foot traffic.
3. Dwarf Chamomile. This is a non-flowering, low-growing cultivar of the regular chamomile plant. While you can’t make a tea out of this plant, it does make a great lawn alternative.
4. Irish Moss. If you have a shaded yard, consider using Irish moss as a lawn alternative. This popular alternative does well in light sun under trees or established shrubs.
5. Green Carpet Rupturewort. This vibrant green, low-growing plant makes an excellent lawn alternative. It’s drought tolerant and can take heavy foot traffic.

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1. Wildflower Meadow. If you are tired of weekly mowing and rising water bills, try replacing your lawn with a wildflower meadow. Seed mixes are easy to come by at your local garden center, and you can have a beautiful, flowering meadow to enjoy instead of a typical grass lawn.
2. Vegetable Garden. A vegetable garden is a great addition to any backyard and can be an attractive landscaping feature when done right. Install raised planting beds for a tidy, uniform look, and you will have a great family project that lets you grow some of the food you eat.
3. Herb Garden. An herb garden is an attractive lawn alternative that adds color and texture to your landscaping. Herbs can be planted in borders, raised garden beds or in the ground with meandering pathways that lead through your garden.
4. Moss. If you have a shady yard, or a shady area in your yard, moss can be a great, low-maintenance alternative to grass. This low-growing ground cover comes in many varieties, which allows you to choose between a smoother texture or options that look more like grass.
5. Gravel. Gravel is an economical, simple alternative that can be used anywhere you need a ground cover. Your local garden center or rock yard will have a variety to choose from, giving you some choice in the size and color of gravel you use in your yard.
6. Wood Chips or Bark. Using wood chips or bark is a great way to cover ground with a low-maintenance material that is attractive and easy to care for. This affordable option is available at garden and home centers, and can easily be used as a lawn alternative.
7. Mulch. Mulch is a low-cost, low-maintenance, attractive alternative to grass that adds color to your yard, limits weed growth and helps to control erosion.
8. Rubber Mulch. Rubber mulch made from recycled tires is available in a variety of colors and is an easy lawn alternative that can last many years with minimal maintenance.
9. Artificial Grass. Synthetic turf is an ideal option for anyone who wants the look and feel of a natural grass lawn without the extreme water usage, chemicals and maintenance requirements.
10. Patio. Hardscape features of any type will take up space in your yard to allow you to avoid a grass lawn or limit its size. Patios, in particular, are a good option since they provide a high level of utility and can be used to entertain, relax at the end of the day or cook family meals on your grill or in your outdoor kitchen.

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1 hours ago Lawn and Lawn Alternatives. A healthy lawn can be a beautiful asset to a home landscape and, when properly managed, can help reduce soil erosion and stormwater runoff. In an organic program, the goal for lawns is to reduce their size to what is absolutely necessary. Large lawns require a great deal of energy and resources to be maintained.

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5 hours ago Looking for an alternative to LawnPro? Ideal for organizations of 1 to 500 employees, LawnPro pricing starts at $29.00 per month and does offer a free trial. Most people use LawnPro to help them with appointment scheduling, billing & invoicing and contract/license management, but it might not be the right choice for you.

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2 hours ago Another lawn alternative is liriope. Also called creeping lily turf ( Liriope spicata) this plant is considered a good vigorous spreading groundcover that can be used as a low maintenance substitute for turfgrass in small spaces. It grows 8–12 inches tall and prefers full sun to very light shade. Hardy to zone 4, it is also drought tolerant.

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6 hours ago Some low-growing, perennial lawn alternatives for shadier areas: Allegheny spurge (Pachysandra procumbens) Barren strawberry (Waldsteinia fragarioides) Barrenwort (Epimedium) Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) Brass buttons (Leptinella squalida) Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) Carpathian bellflowers (Campanula carpatica)

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1. Groundcovers. Groundcovers sprawl across the ground but don’t grow tall, eliminating the need to mow, providing the perfect alternative to grass. This category includes low maintenance plants which spread quickly, smother weeds and fill in pathways.
2. Corsican Mint. This fragrant garden herb not only smells good, but also makes an excellent flowering grass alternative. The small, rounded green leaves act as a lush backdrop to its tiny purple flowers.
3. Creeping Thyme. Have a lot of foot traffic? Creeping thyme is an ideal groundcover for high traffic areas. Growing only 2 to 4 inches high, this versatile herb requires no mowing, little watering and needs very limited care.
4. Clover. Clover is an easy-to-care-for lawn alternative that’s often planted as a green cover crop to fix nitrogen in the soil, but it can also act as an ideal eco-friendly landscaping option.
5. Ornamental Grasses. Drought-resistant ornamental grasses grow well in sunny areas with little watering and no fertilization. They’re a popular choice for “no-mow lawns,” since most ornamental grasses produce attractive clumps of grass in sweeping tufts.
6. Evergreen Moss. Moss remains green all year long, thrives in the shade and grows well in virtually any soil. Providing a soft carpet, moss is a low maintenance option if you’re looking for alternatives to grass lawns that don’t take much work or effort after planting.
7. Native Perennial Beds. A native perennial bed is a perfect eco-friendly grass alternative. Native plants have evolved with your local ecosystem for optimal survival.
8. Artificial Turf. You can’t get much more low maintenance than artificial turf! With zero maintenance needed, artificial turf has stepped out of the 70s and transformed into a modern eco-friendly landscaping option.

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3 hours ago Where recreational activity is not a priority, sedges and no-mow grasses are alternatives that mimic the uniform green of a lawn. No-mow grass varieties are fine fescue blends that once established require little supplemental water or fertilizer. Uncut fescue lawns generally grow 12 to 15 inches and fall over in undulating wave-like mounds

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3 hours ago These “Environmentally Friendly” Neighbors are Enemies! According to some people, tree shadows can be beautiful as long as they don’t cast shadows on solar panels! “Your redwood trees are casting shade on my solar panels!” exclaims one neighbor. “Your solar panels cast an ugly view in our yard!” responds the other neighbor.Â.

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2 hours ago Achillea millifolium (non-cultivar). Yarrow is a ferny-leaved, low growing perennial that spreads easily. We used a standard, seed-grown species of yarrow to create a green space that has nice color and texture. We mow it once a week to keep it in check. The yarrow has the added benefit of occasional blooms which the pollinators love.

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3 hours ago Oct 8, 2019 sustainable-alternative-lawn. The suburban lawn is a potent symbol of the American dream, and many people can’t even imagine a home landscape without one. Despite the lush appearance of a wide, green lawn, lawns have some serious ecological effects. Turfgrass is a monoculture that covers more than three times as much area as any

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7 hours ago Regions such as under large trees of near eves can be given a new lease of life with the addition of low water and light requiring lawn alternatives. Light Traffic. In areas of light traffic it is necessary to choose plants that are tolerant of small levels of disturbance. Plants that are used should be flexible low lying.

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8 hours ago But the best self-propelled lawn mowers can be more fun. Zero-Turn Mowers. Zero-turn mowers (ZTRs) are known for their ability to navigate a variety of obstacles like flower beds and trees. Their front caster wheels pivot at sharper angles than lawn tractors and have a higher forward speed for open areas. Riding vs. Robotic.

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What are the cheapest alternatives to grass lawns?

While artificial grass can be a little expensive to buy – around 0.90-3.50 $ per sq. meter depending on your area – the maintenance cost is almost non-existent! I think this option is the most stylish cheap alternatives to grass lawn. 3. Install Pavers Pavers consist of covering an area using concrete, stones, bricks, or tiles.

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10 Easy, Low-Maintenance Lawn Alternatives. 1 1. ORNAMENTAL GRASSES. One of the best ways to reduce the area of your turf lawn: Transform part of the lawn into a gorgeous ornamental grass display. 2 2. MOSS. 3 3. CREEPING CHARLIE. 4 4. SWEET WOODRUFF. 5 5. RED CREEPING THYME. More items

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When choosing an ornamental as your grass lawn alternative, be sure to choose a variety that’s appropriate for your area – a cool-season grass for northern regions and warm-season grasses for southern climates.

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The developing water shortage crisis in the United States has prompted many homeowners to turn to low-maintenance lawn alternatives. And there are plenty of options—everything from red clover as an eco-friendly lawn alternative and managed meadows to ornamental grasses and flower beds, all sharing sustainability as a common denominator.

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