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Welcome to Grass-free Lawns ©2010

Based on PhD research at the University of Reading, UK, grass-free lawns represent a fresh approach to the use of lawn space.

By excluding grasses, other plant species can be used in a way that is similar but refreshingly different from conventional turf lawns.

Research indicates that grass-free lawns can produce up to 90% more flowers and contain over 25% more invertebrate life in greater variety than that found in traditional grass lawns. Mowing is reduced by up to two thirds and grass-free lawns need no additional fertilizer.

More flowers, less mowing and no need for chemical additives. What could be better than that?