Buying Garden Equipment

Is gardening harder than it should be for you? Learn more about why it's important to have newer equipment to garden with.

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Buying Garden Equipment

When my husband and I planted a garden, we realized that we were trying to make do with the same old supplies that we had used for years. Instead of planting flowers easily with hole digger or removing dandelions with a straight weed removal tool, we were trying to save money by using old, rusty, uncomfortable supplies. Fortunately, a friend of ours told us about a great garden store in town that had great prices and a helpful staff. We went, took a tour of the store, and talked with a salesperson about what we needed. Having the right tools made a huge difference. Check out this blog to educate yourself on garden equipment.


Making The Most Of Your ATV Investment

12 May 2016
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Anyone considering the purchase of an ATV may be debating whether or not it is worth the investment. Maybe they are worried that it is irresponsible to spend money on something they plan to just joyride through muddy trails on weekends. Luckily, there are many other uses for ATVs around the home and beyond. So, rather than feel guilty for indulging, the purchase can actually be a sensible money choice. Read More …

4 Little Details That Matter When Shopping For A Zero-Turn Mower

5 May 2016
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Purchasing a zero-turn mower can be a big step for some homeowners, especially those that have been content with a simple push mower up to this point. With the cost of a mower hovering around the cost of a cheap used car, this choice shouldn't be taken lightly. Even if you think you've thought of everything and are prepared to make the right choice, here are four little details that you should check on before signing the papers on your new mower. Read More …

How To Choose The Right Material For Your Backyard Walkway

9 December 2015
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If you're looking to do a bit of backyard landscaping, and want to create a nice walkway, then spend a few minutes thinking about the proper material. You have to take into consideration the weather in your area, the amount of foot traffic the path will get, and your aesthetic preference. Below are some of the most common materials you can use on a backyard walkway. Crushed Stone Crushed stone is excellent for high foot traffic spots. Read More …