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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by chefdrp, Apr 27, 2004.
heres a nice little job done since it was rainy and cold.I ahve before and after.
another before. diff view
deer got to these bushes
now some after shots
front trees. it was getting real cold.
no volcanos in my mulch jobs.
Nice job. Did you do anything to the areas around the trees first, or just add the mulch on top? Just curious.
Can I tell you something and you not take it the wrong way?
First...Your mulch job is #1
Second....you should never, never, never leave any tools laying in a driveway for any reason for any amount of time. I learned the hard way. This is pertaining to the pick and wheelbarrow setting behind those garage doors.
Good job on the mulch man.........
No harm tken. Thanx. didnt even think about that.
MTD. Yes i had to recut the beds and recut around the trees and scrape out the turf and weeds. It realy sucked. The lady let it go. And then she mowed the day before i got there and grass blown all into the trees. hope theres no clipping going in them now. I told her i was going to investigate often. LOL
nice job except all of the mulch that is now sitting in the middle of the stone (if you can call it that) drive. She'll have weeds in no time. I would have dumped the mulch on the grass knowing I'd get to it the same day. Now your introducing soil (in time) into the existing drive.