How do you deal with water conservation while still procuring a green grass? Can you have both a naturally beautiful space while ethically needing to use valuable resources to maintain it. A recent article in the Boston Globe said Massachusetts is ready to expand water use restrictions as summer approaches. Most property owners will have to confront this challenge if they want to adhere to local mandates but still have green backyards. To see the article click here. This is a trend that is happening across the country.
I spoke to Jackson Madnick, a Wayland Entrepreneur at a networking event with the Newton Needham Chamber of Commerce last week. His company Pearl's Premium Lawn Seed may offer the perfect solution.
After much personal inspiration Jackson set out on a journey to develop a special slow-growing deep-root grass that requires significantly less water than more typical backyard lawns. It grows well in all climates of the world. By investing in this product a property owner is able to cut lawn maintenance costs without compromising quality. This product has won several awards including and can be seen in front of the Boston Museum of Science. Click here (see "An Evening of Big Ideas" on page 26).
As seen in these photos you will be the envy of your neighbors with a guilt-free, more environmentally friendly green lawn. Perhaps your neighbors will start asking "why is the grass always greener at your house?"
Wendy is a Realtor and has just also started to write Copy for real estate related businesses. When selling a home, she advices her clients that curb appeal is the critical first step in appealing to potential buyers. Perhaps this is a product that could help enhance yours. To learn more about Wendy's writing services click here.