If gardening is something you like, replacing your lawn will give you more space to experiment with new plants and flowers. You can even choose to use part of your newly expanded garden space to grow vegetables or herbs. There is a new school of thought that takes root in an idea that would eliminate the grass that kills Saturday afternoon and put an end to the carousel of chemical applications. How? Uproot the lawn and replant all or part of your garden with native flora, which requires less water and less long-term maintenance, and can promote a more functional ecosystem, to begin with.
Instead of replacing, design, implement and maintain a regular lawn care regimen to ensure the long-term health of your lawn.