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Is your garden looking like a desert?

Published on July 23rd 2018
I saw this article on BBC news and thought how amazing and resilient lawns are, even with the smallest amount of dew or rain, lawns will start to turn green again.
In some parts of the country the hidden history of different gardens is actually being exposed through the arid lawns; where borders and buildings once were, patches and unusual markings are appearing.
BBC News: The dried parks and parched lawns of Britain
Share your pictures of lawns, parks and gardens as they battle the summer sun, but most importantly, don't worry... the lawns will no doubt survive the heatwave.

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