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How to remove the grass and replace your lawn with native plants.

Ceanothus maritimus in foreground, Salvia Pt. Sal in background, and Baccharis Pigeon Point  in the rest of the picture. This ground cover has been in place for 30 years. It gets mowed to the ground about every 10 years and has had no water except at planting. - grid24_12
Some of the native groundcovers can mimic a lawn. Except you do not have to mow them. A low groundcover planting after twenty six (or is it twenty seven years), with no water.Baccharis Pigeon Point, Salvia Pt. Sal. and Ceanothus maritimus.
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