Know Thy “No-Mow Zones”

Islands of bright, native wildflowers add beauty, butterflies and wildlife in remote sections of public parks. Variegated bands of tall grasses provide privacy and contrast around carefully manicured golf course greens. No matter what shape or character, “no-mow zones” are springing up in parks, golf courses and along freeways. However, before you decide to throw out that gas-guzzling, repair-laden lawn mower and fire the kid who never shows up on Saturdays … here are a few things to consider. Know …


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