Lawn Substitutes
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alternative lawn

Zone Swanage | Anonymous added on March 24, 2017 | Answered

We have a garden that has a large Copper Beech Tree. The trunk is to the left of the border, with the canopy covering the whole area, which in high summer, reduces the amount of sun the area gets. I would call the area well drained. It will not be used for walking on. Can you recommend an alternative lawn, that needs little care? Thanking you Margaret Hunter

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