3 thoughts on “BBC interview link

  1. Love the lawn am researching right away. Have small garden in Brighton and hope to designate an area for the new grass free lawn.

  2. I am really interested in this for my garden, is it possible for me to find out more about the plants you have used, where I can source them, and what will survive up here in Glasgow? Many thanks.

  3. I take your points re climate affecting plant selection.

    Denmark has shortish hot summers with quite hard winters – sometimes for a week or more, lawns are snow-covered. Temperatures generally hover +5 to -10.

    I have 1 large and 1 small lawn; if you would like to plan a grass free lawn for a southern nordic country then I’d be happy to assist/implement/monitor such a lawn and report.

    For example, I would need

    a) plot sizes

    b) plant seeds/suggestions (preferably supplied! 🙂

    I think your idea/concept is excellent for a variety of reasons. I hope you will agree that if simultaneous experiments supervised by you could be conducted by volunteers from various countries/areas then grass-free lawns might just take off mainstream 🙂

    One bonus of such an exercise is that, because of indigenous volunteers, language barriers/probs would be obviated 🙂

    Anyways, whatever etc. I wish you well with your excellent enterprise/movement

    AL

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *