How to Turn Your Brown Lawn Green in the Midst of a Drought

Posted November 17th, 2015 in General by Bill Schaffer

California unfortunately remains in the midst of a horrible and epic drought – the worst in over 1000 years.  All residents have been urged to conserve as much water as possible as our rivers and lakes continue to dry up.  Showers have become shorter, carwashes have become less frequent, and many see no choice but to turn off their sprinklers and let their lawns dry up.  Every day, California residents drive past brown brittle lawns.

But what if there was something that could be done to bring back the aesthetics of a lush green lawn?  What if the answer didn’t involve forgoing the water conservation effort?

The good news is – there is a solution.  After comprehensive in-depth research, Brown Lawn Green has identified a safe and eco-friendly way to return your lawn to its former green beauty.

How is this possible?

A specially blended grass color concentrate can be mixed with water and sprayed on your lawn, immediately turning it green.  No technician or pricey service is required – once you purchase the product, you can do it yourself.  On a warm sunny day, the product will dry within an hour – the lawn can be considered completely dry within 24 hours.

Is it safe?

Yes!  The color concentrate product is 100% natural and safe for both humans and pets.  It has been specially formulated to be eco-friendly, and will not harm your grass.

How long does the green last?

Assuming regular weather patterns and lawn cutting habits, your lush green lawn should last about 6 weeks.  Once the product has dried, it will not wash off with rain nor with continued sprinkler use.

Why should I use this product?

To keep your lawn beautiful and green!  This increases the curb appeal of your home, making it more welcoming for visitors and for potential buyers (if selling).  More importantly, this product can be used to decrease your water footprint.  You can water your lawn less, doing your part for the California water conservation effort, yet continue to maintain a rich green lawn.

Please contact us to learn more about how you can do your part for the devastating California part, while maintaining a beautiful green lawn.

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