Years ago, when I was earning my horticulture degree, I took a turf management class – sounds exciting doesn’t it? Not really – it was a required class filled with students who went on to careers in athletic field management and golf course superintendents. All I wanted to do was to learn just enough to help people plant and maintain a healthy lawn.
Our Neighborhood Rider does a great job of cutting up our grass clippings into small pieces (mulching), which we let fall back to the grass because they breakdown and add nitrogen to our grass.
More reasons to love this compact riding lawn mower is that it makes mowing the lawn easier for those who may have difficulty getting around or don’t like messing with having to pull-start their push-behind mowers.
The folks at Troy-bilt have given those of us who thought we were destined to a life with pushing a mower around, the freedom and ease of a riding lawn mower that fits into tight spaces easily and doesn’t take up any more room then their old wide-cut, push-behind mower.
My friends, Amy of Get Busy Gardening, and Steve of The Rainforest Garden are both having a giveaway going on right now, where you can win your own Troy-bilt Neighborhood Rider. Stop by for a visit to their blogs, which are filled with great gardening tips and enter for a chance to win!
Disclaimer: As a member of Troybilt’s Saturday6, I was given a Neighborhood Rider to test and evaluate. Troybilt values our honest opinions whether good or bad.