A Lawn is an Arrogant Thing

witnessed my neighbor the other day, replacing some of his lawn with AstroTurf.  Got me thinking.  A lawn is an arrogant thing, isn’t it? I know; I’m a weirdo for thinking this way. I should strive for a lush, beautiful lawn like everybody else.  In South Florida, grass doesn’t seed. It’s too hot. So there are sod farms up north that grow varieties such as Floratam, and Palmetto St Augustine. Then they scoop it off the ground, and ship it here, where we lay it on the ground like a big carpet. Then we douse it with obscene amounts of water and industrial chemicals, so it will continue to grow and thrive. And as long as you continue to do this, you won’t get fined by your HOA.     Read the article…………..


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