The Mowing Life
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Enjoy original articles about the world of mowing and yard work from the Joy of Mowing team. Read stories about homeowners, landscapers, dealers, mechanics, and others. Their tales are entertaining and educational about life and the love of mowing.
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.
When the calls started on a summer Sunday night, Jhony Alanis, the founder and owner of Alanis Landscaping in Winters, California, didn’t think much about it. By the next morning, that was about to change.
Experts say the key to a flourishing garden bed is sticking to a disciplined watering and weeding regimen, as well as focusing intently on controlling disease-carrying pests.
You’ve tried and tried, but the grass simply won’t grow. Many of us have had to figure out what to do with bare spots on our property. One obvious solution to these problems is to plant ground cover.
Why do you garden? The number of reasons why we garden are as numerous as there are people. And why we garden and what we get out of it vary as well.
When Danny Mainville was out mowing his property, looking around for what to do after his retirement as a high school geometry teacher, he did what he’s good at: he did the math.