By Duston On August 29, 2011
Posted in: Landscape Design
You certainly are correct in how to edge landscaping next to the turf. I use a weed eater edger to trim the edge of the grass after mowing the lawn. It gives it a manicured look and much easier than using a line trimmer that has the tendency to throw the mulch. Keep active and inspired. Thanks.
I am always impressed with those who know how to make flower/shrub beds look like works of art. I need someone like you to advise me on what to plant that can handle full sun.
We built our barn in the middle of a milo field in 2001, the house/home was built 9-2002, I have planted trees around the house far enough away to avoid root damages to basement…but my shrubs are not gaining ground as fast as I would like. Some trees are 9yrs old and they don’t grow fast enough for shade.
Any ideas? I usually can make things grow but his year the heat has burnt most of my plantings. You and I are friends on FB/FT. You can see my place in photos if you wish.
No worries, Mike. You’re the Man! Thanks for the video. I enjoy every one of them. Keep ‘em coming!
Love it. I love edging and use a small edging tool that looks ‘okay’ but I think that this will be much better. The search is on for the best price! Thanks
I love your advise and videos. Thanks for sharing your acquired knowledge with those of us needing a trusted advisor. Getting older sucks, I’m on the path, and I remember my elders saying;”youth is wasted on the young”. I now understand that. Continue to take care of yourself as best you can, you have a cheering section that wants you healthy for a long time to come. Thank you Mike.
I have a question for you that is not too related to the above video, I hope this is alright. Well, I live in the bottom of the Puget Sound here in the great old Olympia, WA and I have a beautiful mock orange tree that someone mistakenly planted a little too close to the chimney. When is the best time to transplant it and what is the best way to go about it with doing the least amount of damage? I thank you in advance for any advice you may have!
You get right to the point. I really enjoy the videos. You’re not alone on all that huffin and puffin, here is to a fellow 50+ who is out of shape!
Hello Mike, I have been receiving your emails for a long time now and have recently purchased 3 acres of land. I am
seriously thinking about starting a business like you have but I need
more info before I can jump in, especiously concerning the need for
such a place in this area, ( rural). Please help with whatever you can.
in pointing me in the right direction. Thank you, Judy
I just love your how to video, they are so informative and just down right easy to follow. I have a question could you do cuttings on a lilac bush the same way you did on the forsythia?
Elizabeth, do the Lilac cuttings in June using this system http://www.freeplants.com/homemade-plant-propagation.htm
Looks great!! I have a problem with a small hill. the edge I made ended up in the driveway. Help!!!
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