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Go on, be lazy.

First popularized by the UK org Plantlife, No Mow May is now gaining traction across North America. The goal of No Mow May is to pause mowing during the month of May, allowing flowers to bloom in your lawn to help early season pollinators, since late winter and early spring is a rough time for pollinators. So, It's ok. We give you permission to be lazy for the month of May. After-all, it's for a good cause!
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Get more info about No Mow May, and learn how you can get involved.


Old Crow Hill

Follow along with Tres as he turns his yard into a nature reserve.

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Our work

Learn more about how Roots Down is changing the landscaping industry.


Getting in on the fun!

Follow along as Roots Down CMO Tres Crow tries his best to turn his .75 acre lot in suburban Tucker, GA into a pollinator and bird oasis.
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