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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Lawn Love


This post brought to you by Scotts®. All opinions are 100% mine.


Spring is here!  And you've probably already been dreaming of outdoor entertaining, barbecues, and playing outside with the family.  We've been loving the warm weather in our area lately and it makes me ready for summer days in the sprinkler and maybe even some outdoor movie nights in the back yard.


Ahhh---love this pic!





But, before all that, there's a little bit of work to be done to get the yard in shape.


The good news is, you don't have to hire a professional to have a great-looking lawn.  Chances are, you are already familiar with Scotts and the many products they offer us to help us keep our yards looking great.  Now they've got even more ways to save us time and effort when it comes to lawn care.


Introducing the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System.  This is a new, no mess, no guess spreader system that works with Scotts various Snap Pacs, which connect directly to the spreader.  No need to pour from heavy bags and deal with spilling or waste.  This system automatically sets the correct flow rate for you and spreads the product exactly where you want it!  It also stores neatly and easily with no more half-empty bags piled on the garage floor.









Visit Snap perks on Facebook where they are giving away some great prizes, including a trip for 2 to the World Series and a riding lawn mower! 


No matter what kind of yard you have (large, small, city, or suburban), getting it in shape now will get you great curb appeal later.  Need a little inspiration?  Here's a little lawn love for you...




  


  


  




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2 comments:

  1. That's pretty cool. Actually going to the home depot this weekend to get our yard into gear! Great inspiration photos too!

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  2. Love the home theater in the yard. Of course, I'm thinking with my dogs (3), cats (5), chickens (12), and horse that free ranges, it would be a less-than-ideal set up here. =)

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