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Oh Happy Day !!

Oh Happy Day! Fall is a complicated time emotionally for most of us. Autumn begins with the upbeat excitement of new beginnings; that start-of–the-school-year feeling mingled with the crisp air and colour explosions of autumn. Then, a certain darkness descends. … Continue reading

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It’s that time again…

You there, grass grower! How’s it going? Have you taken a look at your grass lately? Or did you give up in July (officially recorded as the hottest July ever since 1880)? Whether you’re spending time and money keeping your … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Grass

      Lately, it’s impossible to get away from news about droughts, water bans, carcinogenic pesticides and studies claiming none of us have any leisure time.       It makes me wonder why on earth anyone would want a lawn.       Lawns take up valuable space better used to … Continue reading

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Californians! Christmas time is Eco-Lawn Seeding Time!

A long time ago I lived in Burbank, California. Built by mid-westerners who wanted their new homes to resemble the towns they’d left behind, Burbank is like a 1950’s movie set, with block after block of cozy little houses and … Continue reading

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My Lawn Obsession

I don’t own a house – I rent. It’s a humble home surrounded by sugar maple trees and a few pines. There is no backyard as the old maples have taken over; the side yard would be the equivalent of … Continue reading

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Buying grass seed this spring? You MUST read this!

If you’re not already familiar with Eco-Lawn, you’re missing out:   – It’s drought-tolerant – You can literally save hundreds of dollars on watering – Significantly less fertilizing required – It grows under pine and walnut trees – You can choose … Continue reading

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