Interior Design and Redesign

Thursday, September 07, 2006

When Grass Won't Grow Under Trees

Got a big tree in the front or back yard preventing grass from growing?

It's difficult to keep anything alive under a tree, especially ones that have large roots that appear above ground.

So convert the area under the tree to moss.

Moss looks great and has an almost magical feeling. It loves shady areas and nooks and crannies and will grow quite happily in and around the roots of the tree.

Best of all, it never needs to be mowed or fertilized. And you never need to apply pesticides.


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