Lawn disruption

Lawn disruption is the idea of reducing the maintenance costs of lawns (i.e. saving water, protecting the environment, and so on) by replacing lawns with e.g. other plants or rocks.

Top 10 Water Wasters: From Washing Dishes to Watering the Desert

  • The water sprinklers that keep the turf lush and the flowers blooming can consume 265 gallons (1,000 liters) an hour, says Waterwise, a U.K. water-conservation group.

US Outdoor Water Use

The Problem of Lawns

Lawn disruption may be an unworthy cause? The main problem is convincing people that they should use less water, and convincing is hard.

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