Want to learn how to reduce your lawn and create more habitat for wildlife in your garden? Heres an opportunity to win a copy of Beautiful No-Mow Yards. Read to the bottom to find out how you can win.

I had the immense pleasure of interviewing Evelyn Hadden, author of Beautiful No-Mow Yards: 50 Amazing Lawn Alternatives earlier this week to talk to her about the many different beautiful ways there are to replace our lawns.

“Beautiful No-Mow Yards” by Liz Chevat is a must-read for anyone who’s tired of spending hours mowing the lawn and wants to create a low-maintenance, eco-friendly yard. This book is packed full of practical tips, inspiring photos, and real-life examples of stunning no-mow yards.

The author starts by explaining the benefits of a no-mow yard, including less time spent on lawn maintenance, water conservation, and improved habitat for wildlife. She then goes on to share her expertise on selecting the right plants for your region, designing your yard for beauty and function, and managing weeds and pests in an eco-friendly way.

One of the things I love about this book is that it’s full of ideas for designing a yard that fits your unique style and tastes. Whether you prefer a lush, wildflower meadow or a neat, geometric garden, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in these pages. The author also includes tips for designing yards that are accessible for everyone, regardless of age or mobility.

What’s especially great about “Beautiful No-Mow Yards” is that it’s written in a casual, conversational tone. The author’s love for no-mow yards shines through in every page, and she makes it easy to understand the concepts and techniques she’s sharing.

Now of course, if you are looking at a wide expanse of lawn, it may seem a little daunting because its too big and you dont know where to start. Evelyn Hadden teaches us 5 Easy Ways to Start Reducing Your Lawn.

Evelyn launched this book with an internet event called A Love Letter to Wildlife, and I was proud to participate in that event with so many other writers.

You will learn:

  • Why reducing our lawns is so important
  • How we can create more wildlife habitat by reducing our lawns
  • How to convince Hubby its a good idea to reduce your lawn
  • How to overcome the No Lawn stigma and deal with your HOA
  • Ideas for many different ways to replace lawn

Youll also learn how to create amazing experiences in the garden for you and your family, how to get your whole family to agree about those places where the lawn can be reduced, how to replace your lawn without spending a lot of money.

When you reduce your lawn and begin creating welcoming habitats for wildlife, you will also be creating beautiful and relaxing places where you and your family can enjoy the wonders of nature around you.

You can find out more about Evelyn Hadden and many other tips for reducing your lawn at her website LessLawn.

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