No Dig Lawn Removal . . . . See How It’s Done

First, we covered a portion of the front-lawn with a light layer of compost:

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Then, we covered that completely with wet cardboard:

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Followed by another light layer of compost:

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A covering of wood-chips were then added on top of that:

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This process was repeated across the entire front-lawn:

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After adding another layer of wood-chips across the entire area, we were finished!:

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None of the tough Bermuda Grass will come through, and will rot down beneath the cardboard to further improve the soil.

Best of all . . . no digging was done, with far better results then trying to dig up Bermuda Grass!

Next, we will be putting in a pathway.

About bitesizegardens

Master gardener, specializing in small-space water-wise gardening. Other interests include . . . Community volunteering, work-shops, computers, reading, music, hiking, camping and fishing

Posted on October 29, 2013, in Gardening. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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