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A Case Against the Lawn

Why the grass is not greener on the other side

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The lawn is an old trend that originated in Europe in the 17th century. It was first introduced in palaces and grand homes of the wealthy to open up large parcels of land allowing the guards to see someone coming a long way off. Considering the European climate, and the way the lawn was cropped — by grazing stock — it was a great solution, from…




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Sylvia Dziuba

Sylvia Dziuba

Writer | Author of “Go to Sleep Late; and Other Great Advice for Night Owls” to be released July 2022

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