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08:48PM | 10/08/20
I have a huge lawn and it has cost me thousands of $ to keep the grass green, to reseed, water etc. This year a large patch of clover is growing in the back of the lawn, far from the front and the house. I wonder if it could be a solution to my problem. It's green, it doesn't need water or mowing and it's pretty. Why should I get rid of it? Any ideas?

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