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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by ant, Oct 17, 2002.
lawn that i areavated and seeded to night..45 lbs of team mates +
finished 2.25 hrs.----
Grass came in nice and dark in 2nd pic. Nice house bad lawn.
I just dont understand why people that live in a nice home in a nice neighborhood dont give a crap what there yard looks like I like having a nice lawn to accomodate the nice house (at least the nice lawn will make the house look nicer). It increases the value of a home for one thing.
this lawn was under drought restrictions ...no watering at all except 2 days following an application plus she does not have a sprinkler system.(she is working on that.)
Maybe I'm all wet, but that yard looks like it had more than a dought problem....its not even on a slope that would dry it out more.....that one might need a total re-do huh
If there are drought restrictions, then how is the lawn next to it so green? Unless they dyed it
most if not all around her have sprinkler systems .she don't even own a hose!
she had a massave problem with chinch bugs and also failed to have it traeted.they tell me that they were so bad that you could see them from standing looking down on the lawn.
It must be established and really green 5 years later hehehe.......thats crazy? who doesn't one a hose besides people that have their whole property irrigated by a system?
what kinda tractor you got there?