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You can add pop and color to garden borders without the help of flowers.
Stay the envy of your neighbors each season of the year.
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Don't want to see a brown lawn next year? Try moss instead of grass.
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These tools and tips will help you tame the mess of leaves on your lawn.
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Follow these 8 tips for a healthy lawn with a deep, strong root system.
© Ralph Anderson
By Steve Bender of Southern Living
Grass won't grow in shade, but moss loves it and looks just as green.
Plant a moss lawn
Moss also grows on outcroppings of porous rock that absorbs moisture.
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A carpet of moss gives a garden an aged look, as if it's existed forever.
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Low-flow sprinklers water the moss for one to two minutes a day to keep it spreading. That's a lot less water than grass needs.
A pond in the backyard feels cool and inviting, thanks to the moss.
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You can walk on moss without hurting it. It feels soft and cool under your toes.
Moss comes in many different shades of green, adding to its beauty.
Plant a new square of moss by simply pressing it onto the ground.
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