Reno’s (CA) lush landscapes persist despite drought

Green lawns are the American way. It’s true across the country, it’s true across the arid West.  And it’s true here as well.  Turf covers many yards in the the Reno area. It’s found at the entrances and landscaped islands of shopping centers and along the medians of housing and commercial developments. When people let their grass turn brown, they’re apt to hear from their homeowners association with the threat of a fine.  Read the article………..


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