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Sun, March 29

‘Re-wilding’ your lawn takes work, especially at first

This white clover, photographed May 13, 2019, growing on a lawn near Langley, Wash., is attractive to a variety of pollinators. Re-wilding is an apt description for diversifying traditional lawns by using native plants that flower and fruit, boosting wildlife populations. They're easier to maintain, too. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

This white clover, photographed May 13, 2019, growing on a lawn near Langley, Wash., is attractive to a variety of pollinators. Re-wilding is an apt description for diversifying traditional lawns by using native plants that flower and fruit, boosting wildlife populations. They're easier to maintain, too. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

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