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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ripple, Apr 15, 2006.
oh i see but it says right in his signiture.
Doesnt look bad, a stripe kit will definately help out, I got mine from Big League Lawns.com
Here are some of mine The first 2 are in the first week, and the last one is from last week? What do you guys think?
jtaylor, those are freakin awesome.....the last one is insane...great job!!! I just ordered a striping kit for my toro ztr, I hope I can come close to how your's look....I am a little worried that some people might not like the look but we will see
by the way, ripple yours look good too....
Those do look nice. I have a question. Being in the southeast, most folks around here don't have a tall fescue or rye. Mostly Bermuda and Centipede. How well will a stripe kit work for those grasses. I mainly want it for my lawn. I have Centipede and overseed with winter rye. I can make the rye look pretty good with the Exmark, but when it dies out the centipede doesn't give as much visual. I'll try to get a picture from this week on here.
wow, jtaylorlawn...i definitely like those last 2...where were you when you took the last one?
on the deck on the back of welches resturaunt in carrollton ky.... about 15' above the yard...... I love it when i can get pictures that look down on the yard you can see all the directions...... thanks for the compliments..
I know actually where that restaurant is. My wife is from Milton just down the road and down the hill from Bedford. Her family owns the Kentucky Souvenir Shop. She has an Aunt that lives in Carrollton.