Best way to tackle this...

FitzRightYardServices

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Nebraska
This client has about 14-15 young plants with mulch around them... when it rains or get heavily watered or bunnies sleep in the mulch it all spreads on the lawn.

What is the best low-cost maintenance way of handling it?
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Cut n Strut

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Midwest
This client has about 14-15 young plants with mulch around them... when it rains or get heavily watered or bunnies sleep in the mulch it all spreads on the lawn.

What is the best low-cost maintenance way of handling it?
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FYI: if this is the section I apologize, I could not figure out where to post.
Let the grass take it over or cut all that crap to the ground and forget about it. If it were me, I’d cut it down or relocate all of it into a flower bed where it belongs. That’s some weird placement, geez.
 

Jeff@diyokc

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Owasso, Oklahoma
I would create a step edge around them.

Or put a proper privacy hedge in.

That looks real stupid.
Agree! It looks like they have photinas, euonymus , and I’m not sure what else? Always makes me wonder why people want to establish” privacy” and use small stuff that will take years to be effective, if ever!

Good luck! Go with @BigJlittleC advice , currently It does look ridiculous, and not well thought out!
 

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