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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by contourbs, May 1, 2005.
whats the easiest way to make some good circles around trees
I use a stick edger. And try to make it look good.
take some twine, string, or rope of some type and tie one end loosely around the tree. tie the other end to a can of upside down marking paint and walk a circle around the tree. then edge and mulch.
Dido, then edge with either a flat edge spade shovel or an edger, then mulch try to make the edge at least a few inches deep.
if the tree nice and round measure around it to the distance u want, get some of that upside down mark out paint and when u measure the distance u want spray dots do this all around the tree to out line your circle then get a good spade shovel and start at the ring and work yours elf around the tree
Instead of tie-ing the string, loop it around the trunk and hold both ends. This is not only faster but you can mark the string and make all the rings the same size.
I know what you mean and it sounds like an even better idea than I had.