PleasuresofYardWork.com: A Blog with Useful Advice on Yard Care

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PleasuresofYardWork.com has updated to include new pages on topics like lawn maintenance, watering, and safety.

Mowing the lawn should most certainly not be done when pets or young children are around

PleasuresofYardWork.com, a blog that advises readers on all areas of yard work, which includes lawn care and yard maintenance, has released several new pages full of yard work tips, including "How to Create a Low Maintenance Yard," "Watering Trees," and "Yard Work Safety."

The page "How to Create a Low Maintenance Yard" from PleasuresofYardWork.com explores the methods people can use to create low maintenance yards. Many options exist for home owners that avoid the extensive time-sink that is caring for a large, grass-filled lawn. This includes replacing grass with an artificial grass, or by simply replacing grass with rocks. Desert landscaping, in particular, is noted by the page as a good alternative to the standard yard.

"Watering Trees" details the proper ways of watering trees. According to PleasuresofYardWork.com, sustained watering is the best way to water trees since their roots are deeper than other plants. Younger trees will require more frequent watering, but older trees can often go several weeks without watering. Native trees will also be more forgiving in terms of frequency of watering.

"Mowing the lawn should most certainly not be done when pets or young children are around" is one example of advice given by the article "Yard Work Safety." This page on PleasuresofYardWork.com also advises that lawns should be cleared of rocks and other obstructions before being mowed. Finally, any electrical or sharp tools should be stored when they are done being used. This prevents children from trying to use them, as well as any damage the tools might incur from the elements.

About PleasuresofYardWork.com:
PleasuresofYardWork.com was launched in February of 2009, writing blog entries about mowing the lawn, drainage in the garden, and how to grow bigger plants. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of PleasuresofYardWork.com.

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