Do Just One Thing by Danny Seo

Do Just One Thing For August 13, 2020

If there are water restrictions where you live, don't worry if your lush green lawn turns brown. A brown lawn is not a dead lawn; an underground crown of grass will survive and will re-emerge when the weather cools off, returning your lawn to its lush green splendor. And keep in mind that watering your lawn less in the summer months can be one of the best ways to save water; on average, more than 67,000 gallons of water are used to water lawns in the hot summer months.