Winter kill, over fertilization, drought, pine needles and other events can make a green yard a bit of an allusion.
“After many seasons of trying to replace and maintain grass in areas that just won’t grow, many clients are choosing to create landscaped islands with stamped concrete edging.”
— CHAD LIVINGSTON, A BETTER EDGE
Most lawns have difficult areas where grass doesn’t want to grow. Some of these areas travel around from year to year as different areas of the soil become more accommodating. But some areas just don’t want to grow regardless of how much TLC is given. Many clients replace grass several times before giving up on the idea of having grass in that area. When frustration is overwhelming, many clients are choosing to create landscaped islands and larger beds to eliminate the eyesore.