Have you just bought your first lawn edger? Below are some of the likely problems that you may encounter as you use this particular lawn maintenance tool. You can use the suggested remedies to get the equipment to work again without calling an expert for help. Stationary blades The blades of your lawn edger may remain stationary as you are operating the equipment. Three factors can cause this problem. First, the cover of the blades may have become clogged with mud, grass or dirt.
- If you love to garden and are blessed with a green thumb, you will soon be blessed with an abundance of fresh flowers. Whether you grow your own fresh flowers in a greenhouse or plant them around your landscape, you can use those beautiful blossoms to make your exterior landscape more elegant, more charming and more inviting. There are countless ways to incorporate the fresh flowers you grow into your exterior landscape.
- Laying turf is the best way to transform bare ground into a beautiful lawn, as the effect is instantaneous. Not only does this mean you can enjoy your new grass right away, it also means there's no need to worry about pest or disease ruining the lawn before it's really grown. Putting the turf in place isn't too difficult when you have a flat, empty area to work with. But if the area isn't flat, it can become a little tricky.
- It is early winter in Australia, and while this time of year is not normally when a lot of garden maintenance gets taken care of, it is the perfect time to get rid of dead tree stumps. As someone who has never arranged for a dead tree stump to be removed before, you are wondering what the link is between tree stumps and winter. These two points will help you to understand why you should be picking up the phone to organise this task to be done now:
- Transforming your garden into an attractive and well-designed space doesn't have to cost a lot of money. By making financially savvy decisions about the plants and other garden supplies you purchase, you can make over your outdoor space without blowing your household budget. Use these five tips to landscape your garden on a budget. 1. Buy Wholesale Buying plants from a retail store can be very expensive, particularly if you need a large number of plants to reseed all those unsightly bare flower beds in your garden.