The modern American lawn is quickly becoming a thing of the past . . .
TKC oftens admires urban hipsters who have replaced their front lawns with pebbles, mulch or something more "sustainable" and infinitely easier to maintain.
Still . . . There's no denying that the lawn care industry isn't going to go without a fight.
Accordingly, we clipped this kitschy report on local lawn quality that speaks to a quickly fading era when locals still had the cash to care about something so trivial . . . To be fair . . . That's easy to say at the end of August when most every lawn looks like garbage no matter how much effort owners might put into it . . .
"The report ranked Kansas City at 64th overall - first being the worst - with a total score of 40.07, a Lawn Watering Needs rank of 39, a Water Restrictions rank of 64, a Climate Disaster Risk rank of 64 and an Extreme Weather Rank of 113."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (WIBW) - The grass may literally be greener in the Kansas City metro according to a new report. With a brutal summer near to being in the rearview, and lawns around the nation either dying or staying green and thriving, LawnLove.com, lawncare specialists, decided to see where the grass is greener - literally.
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