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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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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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Change is hard…or is it?

Most of the people who call into Wildflower Farm to discuss Eco-Lawn want to know one thing right off the hop:  I have a water-sucking, summer-browning, mow-intensive lawn already, what am I supposed to do with it? When we advise them … 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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