I’ve always been reluctant to jump on bandwagons.
The latest this or that rarely appealed to me.
Then I heard about No Mow May, a movement that encourages folks to let their lawns grow unfettered during the month of May in an effort to benefit bees and other pollinators.
Without hesitation I clambered aboard that wagon and joined the band.
In all honesty, however, it has little to do with my concern for bees, and a lot to do with my disdain for lawn mowing. I’d embrace any movement that gets me out of that onerous task, if only for a month.
I do wholeheartedly agree with the premise: he...