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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Grass Cake, May 22, 2007.
Start digging it out!
3rd one in the last 4 days(i mowed a little Sunday
because i was depressed)
Homeowners choice of mulch/plants.
I dont understand this thread........ But ummmmmmm ok
Georgia is burning. LITERALLY!
No rain in north Ga. in 6 weeks none on the horizon Dry Dry Dry pray for rain.
It is the same way here in Florida, but I am an irrigation contractor so it helps with my buisness.
Are there water restrictions there? If I was the homeowner, I don't think i would be putting in a new landscape even if it was only a few beds, with conditions being so bad there.
But at least it gives you some work. Hope you guys get some much needed rain soon.
my idiot neighbor just spent 1500$ to re-sod his front yard . he picked the worst poss time -worst drought in my 20 yrs here in fla.
theirs a leak in your waterhose
all jokes aside, the landscape looks good. i love taking junky flower beds and turning them into something.
Last I heard it is supposed to be hotter and dryer then last year here. Our restrictions are supposed to be getting tougher too. Oviedo is talking about only allowing 50% green on new construction.