Homeowner who replaces thirsty grass with native plants is hit with neighborhood association lawsuit. - OrlandoSentinel.com: A homeowner near Windermere who happens to work for Orange County's environmental department has been sued by her neighborhood association for replacing her thirsty grass with a water-conserving landscape.
Renee Parker's plants attract butterflies, blossom regularly in multiple colors and have an assortment of shapes and heights. For a meandering border, she planted Argentine bahia, a grass that's hardier than the water-craving, fertilizer-loving St. Augustine variety commonly growing in Florida yards.
More frivolous litigation and bad press for Privatopia and the community association bar. Film at 10.