As with any power tool, there is a technique to getting the most out of it for the right results. A leaf blower is no different. If your garden is completely covered in leaves following some key techniques will get it cleared in no time.
Autumn is that time of year when your lawn and garden can start to look awful again. The wind and rain starts again, plus the leaves fall from the trees once more. Here you can find some quick, easy and practical hints and tips on keeping your lawn and garden looking neat and tidy throughout the autumn months with little fuss and effort.
If you have trees in, or around your home then you are likely to be busy picking up leaves throughout the autumn. Fallen leaves get everywhere, and they aren’t always the easiest of things to collect. That is why a variety of leaf collection equipment is needed when collecting leaves from different types of terrain in and around your property.
Every experienced gardener knows that good compost is an eco-friendly way to provide vital nutrients to a garden and its inhabitants. One of the best ways to look after your garden is to start producing your own ‘Black Gold’, as we explain in our guide to creating compost heaps. .
In the UK, leaves fall from the trees from late September to mid-November. While a few leaves around the garden are fine, there are so many other uses for dried leaves that many gardeners prefer to collect them for, including leaf mould or compost rather than leave them lying around. There are lots of different tools available for collecting leaves but some work a little better than others in different situations, so it is good to have a range at your fingertips.
Leaves are plentiful in the autumn as they fall from the trees and collect on the ground in our gardens. Rounding them up and putting them back to work is a great way to ensure that your garden flourishes time and time again, as we explain our guide to leaf mulch.
Transform autumn leaves into valuable leaf mould, which is as easy to use as mulch, soil conditioner or a seed compost. Learn more in our guide to making leaf mould.
Fallen leaves are a great natural resource in your garden with all kinds of beneficial uses such as leaf mould and compost.
Rounding up the leaves in your garden is more beneficial than you might think. Here, we explain why you should keep your lawn clear and why you should transform those leaves into leaf mulch and mould, both of which are essential for keeping your garden healthy year after year.
When the autumnal leaves begin to fall, a leaf blower is the perfect tool to tackle any build-up which collects on your lawn and outdoor area. As the cooler months progress the likelihood of the leaves remaining dry are slim. There is much discussion around whether you can use a leaf blower to tackle wet leaves with many gardener’s opting to use a hand rake or wait until leaves become dry before taking on the job. Whilst it is true that wet leaves are trickier to tackle due to their increased weight it is still possible to maintain a garden free from leaves and debris if you follow the below tips!