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Blossoming garden trends: no-mow lawns, native plants

Stephen Weir

In the near future, even the most ardent ecologist will be able to guiltlessly green up the lawn and tart up the garden. Living plant walls, backyards that don’t need to be watered and indigenous plants that will stay in bloom until the snow flies are just a few of the tools people will soon be using to make a dramatic, eco-friendly statement about their outdoor environment.

“We are finding that the younger group of gardeners out there today wants instant rewards,” says Denis Flanagan, the host of two television shows (Indoor Gardener and One Garden Two Looks) and a spokesperson for Landscapes Ontario, a not-for-profit horticultural trade association.

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