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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    There is an actual anti-mowing movement growing in the US. I can't remember what it's officially called, but the idea (if I recall correctly) is that the concept of a "lawn" comes from poor people in the 19th century attempting to emulate the gorgeously trimmed estates of the bourgeois wealthy. In order to move away from that, this new eco-movement is concerned about a number of things including the use (or overuse) of water, poisons, fuel, and money to make lawns look maintained, and for the preservation of bees and butterflies, and the like. Instead, they suggest either growing wild flowers, or landscaping with rocks and flower or vegetable gardens.
    Sounds like they want you to exchange mowing the lawn with gardening and landscaping, which is even more labor intensive and time consuming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    There is an actual anti-mowing movement growing in the US. I can't remember what it's officially called, but the idea (if I recall correctly) is that the concept of a "lawn" comes from poor people in the 19th century attempting to emulate the gorgeously trimmed estates of the bourgeois wealthy. In order to move away from that, this new eco-movement is concerned about a number of things including the use (or overuse) of water, poisons, fuel, and money to make lawns look maintained, and for the preservation of bees and butterflies, and the like. Instead, they suggest either growing wild flowers, or landscaping with rocks and flower or vegetable gardens.
    As a homeowner myself, I could support such a movement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Man View Post
    Sounds like they want you to exchange mowing the lawn with gardening and landscaping, which is even more labor intensive and time consuming.

    I like my idea better, because "The Ultimate Green Yard" would require NO work!
    Depends on how you do it. A rock garden doesn't take much maintenance. And a wildflower lawn is just a bunch of weeds that you leave alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Man View Post
    For years I've been wanting to popularize what I call "The Ultimate Green Yard": No mowing; no trimming; no fertilizer; no weed killer; just let things grow unimpeded as nature intended.

    Who's with me!
    The problem is that it eventually eats your driveway, house, yard furniture, small children...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    Depends on how you do it. A rock garden doesn't take much maintenance. And a wildflower lawn is just a bunch of weeds that you leave alone.
    The specialists in Extension at Texas A&M love to point out that a 'flower' is simply a weed that we like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cow Poke View Post
    The specialists in Extension at Texas A&M love to point out that a 'flower' is simply a weed that we like.
    Makes sense. I'm actually looking into "moss lawns," and "micro clover lawns" right now, and for some people who like the look of short green lawn, that may be the way to go. Probably depends on climate, tree shade, HOA and that sort of stuff though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    Makes sense. I'm actually looking into "moss lawns," and "micro clover lawns" right now, and for some people who like the look of short green lawn, that may be the way to go. Probably depends on climate, tree shade, HOA and that sort of stuff though.
    There's a part of my lawn where grass simply refuses to grow. When I was still having my lawn treated, it more or less stayed bare dirt. Weeds grow there fine, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    Makes sense. I'm actually looking into "moss lawns," and "micro clover lawns" right now, and for some people who like the look of short green lawn, that may be the way to go. Probably depends on climate, tree shade, HOA and that sort of stuff though.
    Yeah, it's all about drought tolerance here in Texas - and full sun vs partial sun - I'll have to check what the ground cover is that they use at some of the buildings around here -- they never need mowed, and always seem nice and short and green.
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