And the bushes about the river had been cut down, and the river itself, not visible before, now gleaming like steel in its bends, and the moving, ascending peasants, and the sharp wall of grass of the unmown
part of the meadow, and the hawks hovering over the stripped meadow--all was perfectly new.
The sullen murmur of the bees shouldering their way through the long unmown
grass, or circling with monotonous insistence round the dusty gilt horns of the straggling woodbine, seemed to make the stillness more oppressive.
68-86) The Sun was going down beneath the earth towards Ocean with his horses and chariot when Hermes came hurrying to the shadowy mountains of Pieria, where the divine cattle of the blessed gods had their steads and grazed the pleasant, unmown
Even a patch of unmown
lawn will contain daisies to support this and other beneficial insects.
She said the "unmown
, unkempt mess of weeds" which she found at the site was in complete contrast to her experiences when she travelled to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings last month.
The 190 total citations were usually minor, such as for unmown
lawns, but they also have included major issues such as a burned-out house not far from Graceland that sat for nearly a year before the city recently condemned it.
Even just leaving an area unmown
or perennials not cut down for the winter provides a good hideaway for insects.
What is most startling about this garden is its relative (compared with Sissinghurst and Nymans) wildness, the daring originality with which wildflowers have been encouraged to grow alongside delicate specimens, the nerviness with which cultivated areas and meticulous topiary (curved yew hedges and plantings in the shape of animals) alternate with fields that have been left unmown
. The walled garden at the Bell-Grant residence in Charleston is lovely but modest compared with others in the region.
Ponds need to have emergent vegetation in them, as well as undisturbed areas of bushes and unmown
long grass around them.
Little Jake was high stepping slowly through the rank grass of the unmown
When I think of him at four I think how we would slip quietly from the porch each morning before school to see what the grass had washed up, see those rabbits come out of the wood feeding in half-light on the unmown