SharkTums wrote:Perhaps there's also a reason for it?
I guess the main reason is that it would be a real hassle to cut it, it probably couldn't be done by anything else than a man with a hand pushed lawn mover on that slope and under all those low slides.
scbt wrote:I think you would probably have trouble growing grass under the slides like that. You would probably have uneven sunlight and chlorinated water dripping all over it, It'd probably be dead in a month or two.
Grass grows in uneven sunlight allover. Also modern slides don't really leak any water.