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With Pearl's Premium Lawn Seed, you can not only have a healthy and beautiful looking lawn, but can also be eco-friendly! Here are some tips on how to keep your lawn eco-friendly year round, as well as save dramatic amounts of time, money and water and prevent most weeds without resorting to harmful chemicals!
How can a lawn be both low maintenance and beautiful? Pearl’s Premium lawn seed is how! With our grass seed blends we enable an ultra low maintenance approach to lawn care that can save you time and money! So you can look forward to less mowing, watering and treating!
We Americans love our lawns but we are addicted to high maintenance lawn care. Protecting our waters depends critically on changing how we care for our lawns. With input from independent grass seed scientists, we tested thousands of seed mixes to create a truly low maintenance, patent-pending solution. Once established, Pearl's Premium rarely, or never, needs watering; grows very slowly and thrives without chemicals. This absolutely the way to go for low maintenance lawn care.
We've been on the road a while now, and I'm getting the hang of Pearl's Premium demonstrations and Whole Foods Markets. Each one is a little different: the Mt. Washington store in Baltimore is housed in an old brick mill building in a block of cute indy shops and nice spots ourside to sit and have some lunch or read a book... very cool!
The past week has been a blur! We’ve met so many unique and helpful people in Kentucky and Ohio. Along with lovely green spaces and a friendly atmosphere, we have found likeminded folks with an earth-friendly attitude. We even passed a store with something for everyone (see the picture for more insight).
To paraphrase the opening of Charles Dickens' Tale of Two Cities, "it was the best of times and the worst of times." He could as easily have been describing the year 2010. We find ourselves in a time of great economic and environmental challenge. Of all the challenges water is the sleeping giant that must be dealt with. And one of the greatest challenges to clean, clear drinking water is the ever-present lawn that surrounds our homes and businesses.