September 9, 2010

At the New Lawn Café....

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... it's very green around here.

12 comments:

Clyde said...

Senate "Take Your Grass To Work" Day was Tuesday!

Fred4Pres said...

Rain is bringing my lawn back to life. But winter is coming. I feel it.

AllenS said...

I mowed my lawn yesterday. Man, if it wasn't for crab grass, I wouldn't have a lawn.

Peter V. Bella said...

"It's not easy being green..."

Quayle said...

I love northern grasses. I'm stuck with bermuda grass here.

Pogo said...

Were those the 'green shoots' we heard so much about a few months back?

Are they hiring?

Ann Althouse said...

"Man, if it wasn't for crab grass, I wouldn't have a lawn."

Meade-lawn has absolutely no crab grass... and not a single weed.

traditionalguy said...

Lawn standards for the discerning gardener. If a man does his lawn that well, then he probably attends as well to all living things placed in his care.

El Pollo Real said...

Meade-lawn has absolutely no crab grass... and not a single weed.

Better living through chemistry I suppose?

Ralph L said...

Who do I have to sleep with to get the lawn mowed around here?

peter hoh said...

Sandra Day O'Connor to speak in Iowa next Wednesday:

Speaking on a discussion panel run by a “coalition of legal, business and labor advocates” defending the same-sex marriage ruling, O’Connor will speak on behalf the embattled justices in hopes of curbing the growing politicization of court elections.

Hancey said...

If the New Lawn grasses can cope up with the stress, it will be healthy and dense and will be able to resist disease. Sometime the disease may spread and it becomes out of any control. However, the disease resistant cultivars can be implemented to avoid future problems.