Everyone is going green and but the problem is going green can sometimes cost your lawn a lack of water and other important nutrients to help prevent bugs and other problems. The great news is, there are ways you can save the earth without killing your lawn, by simply using the benefits of the environment to make your at home environment healthy and looking fantastic. This guide will give you some great tips for beautiful landscaping that can also be friendly to the earth.

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Recycle Your Water!

The biggest problem people face when trying to save the Earth is water. Most people try to water their lawn to keep it looking nice, but that is considered a waste of water and is bad for mother earth. If you want to save the Earth without destroying your lawn, you are going to want to recycle water. You can set up a system outside with your gutters and some barrels to collect rainwater as it falls. Not only will the natural rainwater your lawn during storms, but also you will be able to collect rain water to water your lawn when there isn’t a cloud in the sky. This way you are saving on precious resources and still giving your water everything it needs to be healthy.

Put Your Garbage to Good Use

Another great way to save the Earth and keep a healthy lawn is to be aware and put your garbage to good use. When food items and garbage break down, they turn into compost, which is said to be a fantastic nutrient source for plants. Not only are you breaking down your own garbage and preventing it from going to a landfill, but you are also stopping yourself from using hazardous chemicals on your lawn that could do more damage then good.  Not only is your recycling your plastics to help mother Earth, but you are also recycling garbage and doing the Earth a favor.

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Find a Natural Bug Repellant

Another great way to save the earth without killing your lawn is to find a natural bug repellant. What most people don’t know is that pesticides are one of he worst things you can put into our yard. It isn’t bad for your plants, but it is bad for the environment. If you want to save the earth, look into some natural bug repellants. Eucalyptus oil is said to be a natural bug repellant and the Internet offers thousands of other solutions to keeping bugs away from your garden naturally. 

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If you want to help the earth and have a beautiful lawn, the best way you can help is to create an environmental breeding ground in your yard, this means that you can help the environment by planting various plants and trees in your yard. Natural plants and trees do wonders for the environment and by planting them not only are you contributing, but you are also making your yard more beautiful. You don’t have to choose between helping the earth and saving your lawn and some of these solutions are not at all difficult or expensive to do.

Christopher Sinclair is a plumbing specialist. He’s one of the contributors to www.AbsoluteDP.com, a draining and plumbing expert.

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  1. […] When it comes to green living, many people look right over what should be obvious; their lawns and gardens. Just because the grass is the right color, doesnt make it a good, organic lawn.Think of your lawn and gardens as living creatures that also live with you. If you want them to be healthy and living organically just like you, feed them what they need just like you would your own family. The organisms in your soil have the same requirements as you do. They breathe, consume food, drink, digest and make waste. If your soil is a healthy environment, it will have all of the natural nutrients youll need for a sturdy, attractive lawn and a healthy environment for a home garden. […]

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