Removing some or even most of the grass has many benefits, in addition to environmental and health reasons, since less time is spent mowing the lawn and less money caring for the lawn. We'll all enjoy less noise on the lawnmower. In addition, we would save large amounts of natural resources by reducing our need for water and gasoline. In addition to having more free time, when you get rid of the grass, you will see that your water consumption decreases substantially.
If you're going to increase the size of the garden, once it's established, it'll need much less water than your lawn. For example, grass and plants remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and return oxygen, he says. In addition, grass and plants reduce water runoff, help stop mudslides and flash floods, and can serve as a barrier to wildfires. In addition, lawns and landscaping act as “natural air conditioning around homes and offices,” Henriksen says.
You can change your landscaping to remove grass and instead plant shrubs, flowers and trees, all of which improve air quality. If you get rid of the grass and replace it with an area that is “easy to use”, you'll never have to mow the lawn again and you'll have a place to relax and connect with friends and family.