Lawning and gardening purists may experience heart palpitations. That is to say once they discover that there is nothing real about the surface of this lawn. In fact, it is so unreal that they can just as easily lift it and see what is underneath it. Look there and it’s probably all concrete or hard soil. But if you were a purist in the truest sense, then you would have a heart of gold and understand what is really going on here.
For many domestic and commercial property owners, it is not and never easy to prepare a fine green lawn and manage it, plan for it, budget for it, from one season to the next. There are just so many natural elements to counter that the weekend gardener is just not able to cope with in a single afternoon. But then again, if you really learn. If you really learn your stuff well, you will know how to lay and look after a lawn that can withstand any conditions thrown at it.
But what if there is no water. Whether the taps have really gone dry and there’s no rainfall for months on end, or whether your local authorities have mandated you all to prepare for the worst, never knowing when the drought will ever end, you can still keep things green with your artificial grass lawn in more ways than one. You don’t even need the water! And how you are helping your dry environment already.
There is no longer the need to endeavor to keep things alive all in vain anyhow. You should consider the green lawn as a long-term objective for environmental survival and the sustainable use of precious resources. Purists, do take note if you are still unsure about this matter.