Gearing Up For Spring: Best Tools to Revamp Your Landscape

Spring has Sprung

It’s soon to be that time of year when nature returns in all her glory and beauty. The best time of year a lot of people believe. I agree. The flowers are popping up, the trees and shrubs are budding, and the grass is turning green. The smell of life is in the air.

Time to find the best deals on some landscaping equipment for sale. There are the necessities that all yards need. One cannot have a beautiful yard without a good lawnmower. Then after cutting the grass, you will need to break out the weed eater for the finishing touches. A good pair of hedge trimmers are always on the list.

Electric is my favorite. Pruners, lops, and a set of hand trimmers will always be next on the list for some detail work. For trimming those trees you will need a good pole saw with pruners. This collection of equipment is the start of a good spring trim and prune. Then there are the little things that you will get as you find you need something to help you along.

The lawnmower is the quintessential piece of yard equipment that no suburban household can go without. It epitomizes lawn work and weekend duty. The first thing the neighbors will see is an uncut yard. The $2000 Japanese Maple in your front yard will not gander a glance. However, the grass slightly taller than your sidewalk will get all the neighbors talking. So you need a good quality lawnmower. Electric or gas the choice is yours. The key to a good mower is to keep the mower blades sharp. This will keep the cut nice, smooth and even.

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When you are done cutting the grass it’s time to get out the weed eater. This piece of equipment is dandy for trimming around trees, shrubs, and flower gardens. The best thing it’s good for is edging your sidewalks and roadside. This will give the finished look you are trying to accomplish. The weed eater is also great for general trimming around hedges and bushes also.

Hedge and shrub trimmers are next on the list. They will always come in handy for keeping the hedges in line and scaled back. This must be done every year without prejudice, if not, they will creep in and steal your yard space before you know it. The electric trimmers are the best. They have been around for years and are cordless now. I use them like a Light Sabre, one swipe and watch it drop off. These work well for rough shaping your topiary also. You will always need a pair of large loppers for the bigger stalks.

To trim the higher branches and limbs in the trees you will need a pole saw with an attached pull string pruner. This piece of equipment is indispensable for keeping your trees in shape. Especially when they are younger. You can prune them into the shape and style you desire. It also makes for easier trimming as they get older and taller. The key to healthy trees is in the pruning, this is how a tree stays healthy. It allows for the tree to breathe and circulates air better. Damaged limbs are easily removed with your pole saw before the damage can continue. Keep your trees well-trimmed.

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Finding the right landscaping equipment for sale is easy when you know what you’re looking for. As you work in your yard you will find many other things you need. Like a pair of good gloves, a 5-gallon bucket for trimmings, and so on. So have trimming good time, this spring in your yard.