Trying to resurrect my lawn after seeing it destroyed by house renovations
(expansion). It never grew well along the shady side of the house, and
now that area is a six-foot-wide path the neighbors need to travel to
maintain their hedge. I'd like to throw seed, water well, put down
burlap, wait for growth, and then mow. The burlap, I'm told, will
dissintegrate. But surely it can't decompose as quickly as, say, straw
matting. If I try to mow once the grass is tall enough, is the burlap
going to get tangled in the mower and tear out the new grass?
(On the bright side, the rhubarb seems to have survived a summer in
buckets followed by late fall transplanting. Okay, yeah, that's hardly
surprising. What a great plant!)
Malfoy froze like a mudblood before a basilisk.
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