5 Tips for Getting Your Lawn Ready for Spring ...

Spring time not only means the flowers will be blooming and the trees will begin to bud, but it also means that it’s time to get the yard ready as well.

This is often a time consuming process, especially if you have a rather large yard.

Here are 5 tips for getting your lawn ready for spring, no matter what size of yard you have.

5. Rake Leaves and save Them for Mulch

I live in an area where a lot of homeowners tend to burn their leaves in massive piles.

I find it more beneficial for my garden if I rake the leaves into piles that are saved for mulch later on.

I have a handy little machine that grinds the leaves up into smaller bits, making them much easier to use as mulch around most plants.

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