Central Coast: Mastering Your Green Spaces

It sounds simple, doesn’t it? Pushing a lawnmower while walking backwards and forwards is all it takes. Simple. Hold your horses. But there’s more! Especially along the central coast lawn mowing where nature is in its full glory.

Imagine this: It’s Saturday morning. A misty breeze is blowing in and you have your usual dose. You walk outside to find that vibrant, lush green lawn that has been giving you side-eye. It can be overwhelming to start, like unpacking your suitcase after a long journey.

First, consider your lawn type. Each grass has its own quirks. What is it? Kikuyu or buffalo, couch, or Couch. Each grass has its own personality and requires different frequency and heights of cutting. Kikuyu, for example, is the teenager of grasses–fast-growing and rebellious, needs taming more often. Buffalo, on the other hand is your low-maintenance, slow-growing uncle.

Here’s one trick that I swear by: keep your mower blades as sharp as possible. Dull blades? Chop not cut. Your lawn will look like it has had a bad cut. Imagine getting a buzz-cut with rusty, rusted scissors. Aside from aesthetics

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