Rover in the Clover

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Tired of those yellow dog pee spots in your lawn? Do you rush out every time your dog takes a wee and rinse abundantly with water to dilute the urine? 

Well, maybe you just have the wrong type of lawn! 

A clover lawn stays green, no matter how many dogs you have. Photo: http://www.gsheller.com

Try sowing clover. It makes a perfectly nice lawn, needs little mowing, remains green even during drought … and is highly resistant to dog pee. Like, it loves the stuff! 

So, dog owners, the next time you renovate your lawn, why not sow clover instead of lawn grass?

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6 thoughts on “Rover in the Clover

  1. Ha! This stuff is rad. It gets used as a cover crop, but would make a good temporary lawn if only it wold be allowed to stay. Unfortunately, it never got popular here in California, probably because it want just as much water in summer as turf grass wants, and is likely to get bald spots after hot weather.

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