It’s that time of year again when the leaves start to turn and fall from trees, drenching our lawns, streets, and houses in all kinds of beautiful colors. These seasonal crimson and gold hues in nature are a welcomed sight by many. But then comes the reminder that they present more yardwork. Before your autumn weekends waste away while you break your back raking for hours on end, consider other ways you can effectively tackle fall leaf cleanup on your property. Here are some timesaving, environmentally conscious, not-so-physically-demanding methods to try and how you can get help.Continue reading The Best Ways to Tackle Fall Leaf Cleanup
In New England, fall is an amazing time as whole forests of trees turn crimson and gold… and then it dumps those leaves on your lawn. Before you sigh and pick up that rake: you might be able to do some good with those leaves right where they are. By mowing leaves into your lawn, you can provide additional nutrients to your lawn for the long winter slumber and take a break from raking. Continue reading Fall Lawn Tip: Mowing Leaves Into Your Lawn
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