My yard is green, but it is not “traditional” grass. Nobody is going to ever mistake my yard for a putting green, fairway, rough, or sandtrap even. A friend who has a lawn care company offered to apply a broad leaf weed killer, then later seed the lawn. However the thing is the “weed” currently growing is doing well and is easy to maintain. There is little vertical growth, other than a flower stalk that bears a small dandylion-like bloom. Thus, even if I do not get around to mowing as often as I would like, it is easy to mow when I eventually get around to it. Also, it is thriving in the partial shade of my back yard.
NB- I realize there are many different species in the pics, I am most concerned with the finger-like leaves with the flower stalks. Extra points for identification of all botanicals!