<<No. I live in a desert and understand the implications of "desert".To the OP I would recommend xeriscaping. Done properly it can be quite striking (better than a bunch of brown grass!), and would use little or no extra water than what the local environment provides naturally.>> Umm. We don't live in a desert around here, and understand the implications of a wet, marine climate with a summer dry spell.Lawns are quite practical here. Done properly it can be quite striking. Seattle Pioneer
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