Mower and flag pole advice.

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Thorl
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Location: Santa Clara, California

Mower and flag pole advice.

Postby Thorl » Wed Jul 22, 2020 7:26 pm

I have just purchased a new property. I have approximately 3 acres to mow now. I am in need of either a riding mower or a zero turn mower. The previous owners of the property were using a Bush Hog brand zero turn mower. I find prices on those quite high, I am also looking at Gravely. Others are telling me a yard tractor/riding mower to be more useful. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Looking to install a flag pole in my front yard. The peak of my house is ~14' so I was thinking a 15'-20' pole. I've seen they have solid ones and telescoping ones. Any thing I should look for? I plan on flying the American flag as well as the state of Florida flag. What's the best way to light the flags? Any tips on the install?
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RachelLib32
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Re: Need lawn mover recommendations

Postby RachelLib32 » Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:41 am

Some time ago I had a Sun Joe garden tiller and I was satisfied with it, so when I was choosing a lawn mover I decided to choose a Sun Joe model too. I think, you may google it. But unfortunately, it did not meet my expectations. I don't really know why, but it is still not the perfect lawn mower. Anyway, I use it this year and I'm planning to change it for something else.  
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Re: Need lawn mover recommendations

Postby boonkoh » Mon Jul 27, 2020 12:25 pm

Sounds like you have quite a big lawn if you're looking for a self propelled one!

Have you considered a robot lawnmower?

The Flymo range or Husqvarna ones might be the one you need. Flymo is roughly 500-700 pounds. The great thing is it goes out everyday to do micro cuttings, so your lawn is always the right height you want it.

Otherwise, I do have a gardener that I use that brings his own lawnmower, and charges £20/hour. If you're interested in his details, let me know.

Final thing, never ever mow your lawn when it is wet. The blades will rip the grass out of the ground.
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