As I drive around my neighborhood and the country, I see that many people really like their lawn. They are proud of it; compare it to their neighbors to see whose lawn is greener, thicker and weed free. Some complain that the neighbors send their dandelion seeds over to their lawns. When you re-seed your whole lawn it’s like a fresh coat of paint in a room, beautiful, but with a pleasant smell. Some say that lawns take up too much time, water, mowing and fertilizer. However, the quality of lawns is getting better. Both private research companies and leading universities continue to produce new, improved varieties of grass that perform better than even 10 years ago. Jonathan Green has an extensive research and development department that constantly works to discover new and better breeds of grass seed for your lawn. New lawn grasses are being bred to require less fertilizer, mowing and water and still look great.