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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jbell113, Jul 18, 2004.
I try to pick up the big stuff like branches but what do u guys do with all the leaves?
Lay tarp down before you start grab tarp before you leave.
What kind of question is that?! You pick up the mess you made, including the leaves. Do what Lawnzzz said or if you mow them too, blow the leaves into the yard and mow them up.
Excuse my sarcasim. I miss read the title. I thought it said, Do you clean up after trimming bushes? Sorry.
Thats ok its really a silly ? just want some different ideas thats all.
JBell I'm assuming most of your bushes are mulched with pinestraw. If they are just rake the pinestraw out about 2 feet from the shrub. Trim shrub. Put the pinestraw back.
Actually most are red Mulch beds
Do the same thing then. Pull the mulch back a few feet. Trim shrubs. Pick up the larger stuff. Put mulch back.
I handle all bush trimming jobs this way...
I blow all clippings into yard...and mulch over them till there are no more leaves...then pick up any big branches left.
I can think of no easier way.
I pick up all the big stuff and mulch the rest with the mower.