If you’ve got a lush green lawn, you most likely want to keep it that way — which means no parking on the lawn or driving across it. Now Soil Retention Systems makes Drivable Grass, a flexible concrete pad that’s used in place of concrete or asphalt driving surfaces. Raised concrete tiles provide a solid surface for driving and parking, and grass grows between the tiles, with the roots protected.
Each paving tile measures 2′ x 2′ x 1-1/2″. Perforations and grooves in the mats let grass roots penetrate into the underlying soil. You can install it yourself if you’re ambitious, or you can hire a professional to do it. Areas covered with the tiles still absorb rainwater, which means no more standing water in your driveway and less runoff. As a patio surface, it can help you keep cool in the hot sun — grass reflects thermal energy much more efficiently than solid material like pavers or concrete.
No price is listed, so drop them a line if you’d like a greener, meaner, drive-over lawn.
Drivable Grass [Soil Retention]