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Top 3 Ways to Enjoy Your Fairway Lawn in the Spring and Summer
March 6, 2021
If you’re panicking that school is almost out and you have no plans to keep your kids occupied, this blog is for you. If your reaction to the sun last summer was akin to an ancient vampire because you stayed inside for the majority of the season, this blog is definitely for you. If you’re thinking of taking out a loan in order to take your family to the summer blockbusters, stop what you’re doing and read this blog.
You don’t have to be a mid-afternoon tea drinking, scone-eating, pastel-colored-pants-wearing member of the royal family to play and enjoy croquet. It’s gaining popularity across all the socioeconomic boards. In fact, this Oregon paper has shown you how easy and inexpensive it is to set up in a smaller yard. So at your next BBQ when you’re showing off your Fairway lawn to the neighbors, have some entertainment ready in the form of a croquet game.
If you’ve lived through a southern summer, you know how hard it can be to enjoy the outdoors without melting. So this one is for all those who love being outside, but feel as if they might be allergic to the sun. A backyard theater has a lot of appeal. They’re cozy, convenient, and cost-effective. A backyard theater is reminiscent of an old drive-in and brings people together. You have a little more control over what happens at your movie. Popcorn doesn’t cost $10 per person, cell phone screens aren’t glaring from your peripheral vision, temperatures aren’t below freezing, and no stranger gets to be close enough to sneeze in your soda. Check out these 10 options to build a backyard movie theater here and may the force be with you.
Another lawn activity gaining popularity in the southern and midwest area of the US is taking a page out of the farmers almanac and growing a seasonal garden. Growing your own vegetables means knowing where your food came from, spending less at the grocery store, tasting the freshness of just-picked herbs, and having an activity to share with children. The spring vegetables that are best to plant in the areas that Fairway Lawns serves are beets, carrots, cauliflower, and celery.