Got the Joy of Mowing?
I love to mow the lawn!
— Debbie A.
I’ve mowed since 1962! I’ve used a power, push mower, riding mower, Super A tractor, and now a zero-turn mower.
— Rachel W.
I love mowing the lawn! There’s a sort of Zen quality about it. Then, I grab a cold Yuengling and sit on the deck to relax and enjoy a job well done.
— Deb O.
Hi Joy of Mowing. I enjoy the site so much…makes my day so pleasant!
— Roger M.
Yep, mowing is one of my true joys, nobody bothers me, the phone doesn’t ring and when I’m done I can look and see what I’ve accomplished.
— Tim C.
Been mowing 50 years and it’s one of my favorite things to do.
— Brian H.
It’s great therapy and great exercise and when you get done you can just sit back and admire all your hard work, plus getting to soak up some sunshine… all of this is good for the soul.
— Nancy S.
I solve all the world’s problems while mowing. Of course, it takes 3 1/2 hours, so one’s brain needs to do something right?
— Greg B.
I’ve been mowing lawns since I was 10 years old, now I’m 71 and still enjoy.
— Darrell D.
I use a push mower, it cuts my grass better and takes longer so I can have peace away from my stressful job.
— Stephen P.
…love mowing my lawn…and yes I use a walk-behind…very peaceful…
— Jack H.
Who else has to grab a cold drink and admire their work when they are done?
— Josh W.
Those hydrangea bushes you planted in your garden looked great in the spring, but a heavy rainstorm or two, and maybe strong winds have caused some of the branches to droop or fall over entirely.
Summer is a time when homeowners find themselves dealing with lawn care problems created by diseases. One way to keep lawns healthy is by implementing a smart disease management plan.
We have some tips to keep your lawn thriving and as green as possible, but you’ll want to watch for any watering restrictions that your community may impose, which would limit some
Few places are immune from the extreme heat. We’ll help you navigate the worst that summer can throw at us in a series of articles and help you manage your lawn and garden in these conditions.
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96 Lawn & Garden Center in Burns, Tenn. has grown every year since into a full sales and service outdoor power equipment and lawn care business. Customers can find a full variety of popular brands such as Scag, Bad Boy, Cub Cadet, eXmark, Shindaiwa, Husqvarna, Billy Goat, Briggs & Stratton and Kohler Engines.
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With that education and experience working on the engine of his father’s boat, Dan got a job at a boatyard. He loved being outdoors and he loved his job, but when he got laid off one November, his path veered.
“I try my best when somebody buys something from me, I want to give them the information that they need to keep my shop empty so I have nothing to work on.”
During the uncertainty and isolation of the covid quarantine, people have found various ways to not only cope and get through it, but to be productive as well. For Houston Aranjo of Franklin, Tennessee, he found an outlet by doing something he did as a little boy: he started to fix things.