Every year, the leaves fall off the trees and the idea of picking them up is not much fun. But if you see these leaves as a blessing, it changes everything!
Let’s see why!
Collect dead leaves to clean the garden
As much as the wonder of reds enchants us on trees, the piles of brown fallen leave s on the ground can be quite upsetting.
The leaves that fall damp the lawn and cause it to rot.
Those that clutter the paths can be slippery and make us fall.
So many reasons to remove them…and recycle them.
Collect dead leaves to use as mulch or to feed your compost
Dead leaves can provide material for ecological and economical mulching in the garden. Put them in your flower beds, at the foot of your hedges or even directly on the ground of your vegetable garden.
You can also add them to your compost pile or your rotary composter. They will provide a significant carbon contribution and balance the compost after the addition of the last grass clippings.
Picking up dead leaves: it’s not that complicated!
Whether on the lawn or when the leaves are wet and stick to the ground, nothing can replace the good old lawn rake. The blower can clear dry leaves on alleys and terraces.
The good news is that you can also use your battery blower to quickly clean a terrace covered with balls of fluff and other pollens in the spring, or to collect your hedge trimmings.
No plug, no wire, switch on the button and clean.
Another valuable help in the garden!