Cultivating a green, healthy lawn doesn't require as much water and added nutrients as some might think, according to Charlotte Kidd, owner of In the Garden in Flourtown, Pa. It's fine to ease off on watering during droughts because the lawn will become dormant, she advised. Reducing the use of phosphorous-containing fertilizers is better for the environment, she added.

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