Cultivate a beautiful landscape on a dime

What thoughts go through your head when you drive by a beautifully landscaped home? It’s an image that shows pride in your home, your neighborhood while giving you a great sanctuary.

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Starting from scratch: Gardening 101

If you’ve ever wanted to start your own garden but aren’t sure, well, where to start or are intimidated by your lack of a green thumb, we’ve got some good news for you: Gardening is something everyone can learn to do.

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Your complete guide to spring mower prep

Believe it or not, warm weather is on the horizon. And before you know it, your spring lawn is going to be full and ready for that first cut of the season.

But after sitting for three or four months in the shed or garage, there’s a very good chance your mower or tractor is going to need a check and some maintenance. In fact, routine maintenance on all lawn and garden equipment is a very good idea to extend their lifespans.

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Time to get your lawn ready for spring

It’s been a long winter but trust us, spring is headed our way.

I know, revel in that feeling for that moment.

And we’re betting that once the sun comes out and the snow clears up, you’ll be champing at the bit to get outside and enjoy warmer weather. You’ll also probably notice it’s time to get working on that lawn.

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Suspension systems mean comfort, productivity

Do you ever get off your riding mower at the end of the day and feel like you should drive directly to the chiropractor?

Or a masseuse?

If you operate a fixed-frame mower for a landscape company or a commercial service, or even use one for two to three hours on your own property, you know the beating your body takes. Especially, what the pounding those hours on the mower do to your lower back.

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A handy pre-snowplowing checklist

The snow hit your area and you’re ready to jump into your truck and get that snowplow rolling to clear all that snow and ice off the roads before most of the world even wakes up.

But what if you get halfway down the road and your snowplow starts having problems? Whether it’s something small or something big that could result in an emergency, the last thing you want are issues on the road when you could be making money.

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Six steps to maintaining your chainsaw

How much time and effort do you put into maintaining your chainsaw? If you aren’t putting in any time, you certainly should consider it.

Remember, a chainsaw is one of the most dangerous power tools in the world, even considering how much safer they are today than in the past. Still, solid, regular maintenance is a very good way to keep you safe and prevent a terrible mishap.

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Your complete last-minute holiday gift guide

Finding the perfect Christmas gift for the one who keeps your landscape glowing to perfection shouldn’t be stressful. In fact, it should be fun!

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Is your snow plow ready? If not, here’s how to do that

Most people see snow in white sheets on the ground or white flakes falling from the sky.

Those who drive a snow plow see green, everywhere.

Simply put, snow is big money to those who own snow plows. The last thing you want to do is miss out on some of that cash because your snow plow wasn’t ready when the snow fell.

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Mulching vs. blowing/raking leaves: The pros and cons

Of all the chores to be done throughout the year, leaf duty is one of the most unpopular.

During the spring, trees are beautiful. In the summer, they shade us from the burning sun. Then fall rolls around, the leaves hit the ground, and you’re spending long hours on the weekends cleaning them up.

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