Outside the house where I spent my childhood is a large green, we used to play on it as kids. Sadly, the council has far less money than it used to, so the grass does not get mowed as often as it used to.
To keep it looking good, patches were seeded with wildflowers and left to grow into meadow. These only need cutting a few times a year, so save the council money (while providing habitat for wildlife).
I used the Basic Grey cityscape papers by Kelley Purkey for the layout and black Thickers for the title.
The buildings fussy-cut for the top of the page were from the packaging for the papers, waste not want not!