Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Garden - Grand Cayman- Display of grass-less lawn.
Grand Cayman neighborhood where many residents plant native and non-native species in their white sand lawn.
Although over 50% of this neighborhood was grass-less some felt the need for a lawn regardless of how much watering would be necessary.
Even the public graveyards on Grand Cayman are grass free.
Lichens that grow on soil would make a great grass free lawn.
When dry the stiff lichen would not be as soft or durable as grass but what a great color