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Clifton Hill Garden
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often used as lawn substitute lawn. grow in full sun and partial shade as long as plenty
kidney weed (dichondra repens) is good ground cover or substitute lawn in low traffic area. Needs
Another side lawn alternative. Kidney weed.
leaves and inconspicuous green flowers, and is often used as a substitute lawn in low-traffic areas of the garden. It will grow in full sun or part shade
leaves and inconspicuous green flowers, and is often used as a substitute lawn in low-traffic areas of the garden. It will grow in full sun or partial shade
kidney weed in place of lawn
“Patio 2” — mmbloomer
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Home Landscape Using Only Native Plants
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Lawn extension with short prairie grasses - Little Bluestem, Hairy Grama, Blue Grama, Side Oats Grama, and Prairie Dropseed.
Lawn Alternatives I consider lawn to be a nonnative and
Blue grama grass (Bouteloua gracilis) is a superb drought-tolerant lawn alternative.
Blue grama grass - draught-tolerant lawn alternative. Reaches about 12 inches in late summer. Native to MN.
Lawn AlternativesI consider lawn to be a nonnative and invasive phenomenon. The idea of lawn comes from England, where cooler and wetter temperatures make
gracilis) is a superb drought-tolerant lawn alternative. You can keep it trimmed to look like a traditional lawn, or let it grow and see the awesome seed
Blue grama grass (alternative to lawn)
“lawn alternative Blue grama grass” — ekennlew
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
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With its stone border, this small lawn becomes an object in the garden instead of just negative space.
i like the way the lawn is framed into the
I like how they did the border to the lawn.
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“Boarder” — vlove0057
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
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It does well in nutrient-poor soils and can make a lovely lawn addition. Add clover to your lawn and let the bees and pollinators have a great time. Clover
It does well in nutrient-poor soils and can make a lovely lawn addition. Add clover to your lawn and let the bees and pollinators have a great time.
clover instead of lawn. . . or mixed in with it?
It does well in nutrient-poor soils and can make a lovely lawn addition. Add clover to your lawn and let the bees and pollinators have a great time. Clover
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
easy to maintain and looks graceful as a naturalized clump at the edge of a lawn or planting bed. Adding a “living fertilizer” like clover contributes to
neat and mown lawn and then wild
“Give back to your garden. Fill in the empty spots in your landscape with a cover crop. While you may” — katwellen
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
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growing vegetables to eat instead of a lawn
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. Think
landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables, herbs and fruits? Lawn areas that struggle to survive in hot
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it
it with vegetables, herbs and fruits? Lawn areas that struggle to survive in hot, sunny areas might be ideal for food production. Think beyond the 4-by-4
“vegetable, raised garden beds” — kam2jr
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Modern Water-Side Landscape Remodel - Lawn Replaced, Novato, CA
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Modern Water-Side Landscape Remodel - Lawn Replaced, Novato, CA
views were a primary design goal for this project along with replacing the lawn with CA native and low water plants and a total renovation. The project includes
iconic American lawn with this roundup of six spectacular yards where the turf was nixed Full story: See 6 Yards Transformed by Losing Their LawnsMore: Before
addition to creating a much more inviting outdoor space, eliminating the lawn has minimized garden maintenance, reduced water use and welcomed the birds
Before and After: Front Lawn to Prairie Garden
No lawn. Nice. AND pretty.
“front yard” — elissasterling
Contemporary Landscape
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nice alternative to a huge lawn in backyard
No lawn.....Yeah Maybe I can get my front yard to look like this
No lawn, trees for shade, perennials suited to
do away with the lawn patio idea for small area
6. Consider doing away with the lawn. California has been suffering through a massive drought. If you live in
regularly experiences water shortages, it may be time to give up on the green lawn once and for all. A few large beds of perennials that are well suited to
“.wow how awesome pretty garden, gorgeous plants, and love the tree ally” — mjkjrobinson
June Scott Design
7 Reviews
Altadena Craftsman
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pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with
pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with
“border with tall, fluffy grasses” — mimete
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