“A quick & easy guide for choosing the best lawn sweeper for your money!”
I do enjoy the occasional lawn raking and sweeping. There’s something deep about the colored leaves that fall in autumn. It’s a good time to think and meditate on roses and poor life choices.
Most of the time, though, it’s a chore and I don’t even have that big a garden!
Are you a homeowner who’s looking to upgrade your tiring walk-behind or big old riding mower? Or maybe you’re adding to your company’s fleet of z-turns? You’ve come to the right place! I’ve compiled eight of the best zero turn mower reviews so you’ll know just the right one to get for your specific lawn needs!
If this is your first time looking into z-turns, then you can read further about it below, otherwise you can go ahead and skip to the zero-turn mower reviews section!
So, here’s a quick look at the zero-turn mowers we’ll be reviewing:
You may have added a new member in your family just recently - a very cute, fluffy dog. As we all know, this popular pet requires proper and constant care. Training them to urinate (and defecate) is probably the toughest. It’s totally different from potty training in toddlers. Dogs don’t need any potty chair or the toilet for that matter.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. I can tell you that I refuse to believe in that saying. Why is that so? Well, this year I had a lot of things on my mind and liming the lawn was not one of them.
Dallisgrass is an unattractive grass species that is native to South America. Over the last two centuries it has made its way to North America and plagues gardens all over southern states of the US.
Understanding how to kill Dallisgrass start off with knowing how it spreads and why it seems so difficult to eradicate. However, this is actually a very easy weed to get rid of; you simply need to understand the timing and growing pattern.