Artificial grass can cut water bills by more than half and eliminate the need for toxic weed killers and fertilizers as well as costly and leaky sprinkler systems. The owners of this Arizona home in Paradise Valley will not only see a return on investment, but they’ll never have to water the lawn again.
The popularity of outdoor lounges in Manhattan has gone through the roof–literally. The logistics of keeping them green is just not that practical, so many businesses and private residences are choosing synthetic grass.
Accessed by ferry, Guana Cay is a narrow islet only about seven miles long. Consequently, natural grass is a luxury. This sustainable lawn is also dressed in DuPont Select HD with installation by ForeverLawn.
When taxed with the redesign of the Palm Island Resort on Palm Island, Florida, landscape architects chose soapstone pavers with synthetic grass creating an intricate yet worry-free garden. We think it deserves a high five.
The owners of this Arizona home wanted their own tropical oasis all year long, so they installed artificial grass around an incredibly opulent water feature. Plus Arizona is on schedule to be as dry as California and watering a lawn can be just as extravagant as a trip to the Seychelles.
Purists will surely cringe at the mere utterance of the words synthetic and plant used in the same sentence. After seeing many examples of what’s on the market, we’ve determined that fake grass deserves more than a second look.
There’s been an ongoing battle between Alabama, Georgia and Florida over water rights. Tennessee even recently jumped into the fray. These Georgia homeowners opted for a synthetic lawn bordered by drought tolerant plants, cutting their water usage in half.
Located in Central Park, this New York museum is decked out in synthetic grass by DuPont. You can check it out for yourself during the months of May through October while enjoying fine art and an adult beverage.
This home in South Tampa is one of several homes on its street with synthetic grass in the front and backyards. Since there is little need for blowers and mowers we think it must be pretty serene and green.
This Sedona, AZ home boasts blazing views of the world’s most beautiful rock formations of which the homeowners wanted a better view. So, they converted the patio over their garage into an entertaining space carpeted it in synthetic green grass.
This lawn was once covered in pee gravel, which not only proved dusty, but also stuck to the paws of the resident dog. Since they decided to cover the area in synthetic grass the space is frequently enjoyed by two and four-legged friends.
This Southern New Jersey home’s backyard blends artificial grass seamlessly with flowers and mulch to create a natural looking lawn that doesn’t require water or fertilizer. An organic vegetable garden would do nicely adjacent to this lawn.