The North Texas suburb of Lewisville is encouraging residents to let their lush, manicured yards grow wild. Like so many communities, Lewisville has been an ode to the American lawn: manicured and mowed green grass. That reputation may be changing soon. In recent months, Lewisville has begun taking steps to transform the city from a sprawling suburb to a wildlife haven. Starting in 2019, city workers began ripping Bermuda grass out of the medians and replacing it with wildflowers. May they make light work out of it.