Care for your lawn with a riding mower and spreader
Spring is upon us, and one my favorite things about Spring is seeing all of the beautiful green lawns everywhere. But there always seems to be that one lawn that just isn’t taken care of properly, and it stands out even more when their neighbors all have full, thick lawns. There’s not much you can do about that except make sure that your house isn’t the one with the frazzled lawn! I’m here with a couple of great lawn care products to help make sure that your lawn is looking beautiful this year!
Zero Turn Mower: If you have a really big lawn, then a riding lawn mower is a solid investment. It will save you a ton of time, and you can actually get the kids to do it because it’s so fun! A zero turn mower can help you navigate around tricky corners and obstacles much easier than a standard riding mower. I recommend the Craftsman Zero Turn Riding Mower. It has a V Twin 24 horse power engine and a dual blades for a 42 inch cutting radius, and the hydrostatic transmission give you precise control around edges.
Spreader: A spreader is used to spread seed and fertilizer out over a given area. It can be anything from flower seeds to lawn fertilizer to weed killer. Many spreaders are manually operated and pushed from behind like a standard lawn mower. But since you just decided to get a riding mower, you might as well make it work for you as much as possible and get a John Deere 130 lb. tow-behind spreader that will attach to the back of your riding mower so you can mow and spread at the same time!
What are some of your favorite lawn care products? Give us a shout and let us know in the comments section!