Don’t Rake Those Leaves, Mulch Them Into Your Lawn
Chop Those Leaves With Your Mower Take your grass catcher off your mower and mow over the leaves on your lawn. You want to reduce your leaf clutter to dime-size pieces. You’ll know you’re done when about half an inch of grass can be seen through the mulched leaf layer. Once the leaf bits settle in, microbes and worms get to work recycling them. Any kind of rotary-action mower will do the job, and any kind of leaves can be chopped up. With several passes of your mower, you can mulch up to 18 inches of leaf clutter.
See Great Results in the Spring When spring arrives, you’ll notice something: The leaf litter you mulched up in the fall will have disappeared. Meanwhile, your rake will look dusty and neglected—but your grass will look greener than ever.
If you would like more information on our lawn care program, please fill out a quote request form here or give the office a call at 901-494-9088.