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Okay so we all agree, lawns suek are
outdated and useless relics introduced by
the French Monarchy to flex on everyone
else, but have we considered:
Moss Lawns ©
1. Massively photosynthetic- produce
loads of oxygen
2. Doesn’t require fertilising- ever! Mosses
actually prefer low nutrient soil!
3. Doesn’t require mowing! Mosses are non
vascular so they never grow tall enough
to need mowing
4. Low maintainance- see above
Improving the air quality around you-
mosses can metabolise and absorb a
variety of airborn pollutants!
6. Massively improving your home’s
Cottagecore and fairytale vibes, I mean
look at it it’s beautiful
Looking online I’ve learned that this is a
thing! And it’s actually been popular in Japan
for hundreds of years!
That makes me really happy actually because
if you know me you'll know I love moss, not
only is it cool af but 12 square metres of
moss lawn can apparently absorb as much
carbon as 275 mature trees. Stunning and
As we all know it’s much easier to work with
nature than against it, we’re all busy and
tired and maybe... maybe just let the moss
have this one? It’s beautiful.
@clacke @clipclopboom me too; it's clearly from https://www.curbed.com/2017/6/28/15885436/air-pollution-solutions-citytree-urban-greenery which is not a lawn, and I can't find anything to back up that number
(also the website of that product does not even mention c02)
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