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green pond

Posted: 12/09/2012 at 09:02

MuddyFork, the barley straw is a good idea! It's quite slow to work though so you won't see results fast sadly.

If you pack the barley straw into an old pair of tights (we usually fill up a whole pair of tights - two leg's worth) - then put some heavy stones in there too, then it doesn't float at the top of the pond.

Anyone used this mower

Posted: 30/08/2012 at 14:18

Hello backyardee,

The Honda HRX476QX has a roller and is self propelled. One user review on this site said it dealt with wet grass well, even when going up-hill: http://www.gardenlines.co.uk/lawn-mowers/petrol-rear-roller/honda-hrx476qx-rear-roller-self-propelled-mower---19-inch.

Smaller, cheaper Honda mowers are available like the Honda IZY HRG415PD and the Honda IZY HRG465SD. These both sound like great mowers (one was a Which best buy in 2011) but they're smaller than the Harrier 56 and have no roller. Apparently both of these deal with wet grass well! Honda mowers definitely seem to get some good write ups.

 

Garden trolley

Posted: 01/08/2012 at 15:35

Hi maggiemay2! Garden trolleys with sides that can be pulled down are really handy. You'll find plenty of user reviews online too which are useful for knowing how the trolleys perform in real life, for real people! This one has 26 reviews: http://www.gardenlines.co.uk/garden-machinery/trolleys-and-trailers/handy-garden-trolley---large

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