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March 20, 2020

‘Re-Wilding' your lawn takes work, especially at first

By DEAN FOSDICK
Associated Press

“Re-wilding” is the trend toward diversifying traditional lawns by putting in native plants that flower and fruit, boosting wildlife populations. It returns more control of the home landscape to nature.

But such conservation landscaping involves more than simply quitting pruning or letting properties go to seed.


 
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