He didn't skimp on amenities: The house will have eight bedrooms, 11 baths, two eleveators, two wine cellars and more. But it will also boast an extensive solar panel system, reflecting ponds and water gardens designed to cool the property and a water runoff collection system, and energy-efficient lighting.—Gregory Mone
go to the following web site:
here you will find a web site dedicated to communicating the dangers about lawn pesticides that are commonly used.
It is alleged that cancers, parkinsons, and perhaps learning disabilties and hyperactvity can be linked to the use of these poisons. There are great alternatives.
Check out Beyond Pesticides. org for the use of safer products to ensure that green lawn so you really have a green house.
And just becasue the EPA approves the use of certain lawn chemicals, it doesnt make them safe.
In Florida the stakes are quite high with 12 months of warm weather - at least, in the North East the snow cover prevents
land scapers from poisoning us all year round, but they do a great job in the Spring and Summer and Fall.
As to the house being green, maybe it is, but its huge and the energy used to run must be high...unless of course, you cut all the palm trees down so solar panels can be used.