Now I own a ton of rakes and I'm sure you do to. What makes the Corona BigLOAD rake so special is the wide width. It's durable, lightweight and gets the job done in half the time due to this unique head design. 30 inches long! So envision yourself raking Fall leaves for your compost pile. When it comes to rakes, only plastic will do for me. I think it's because metal rakes remind me of fingers on a chalkboard. Besides, I like a lightweight rake that I can easily tote around the yard to scoop up grass before it gets dragged into the house. No doubt you too will be using this rake to gather lawn clippings, leaves, and even small rocks on both natural and paved surfaces. To enter leave a comment below telling me what you are doing to prepare for winter.
So what costs less than 5 bucks and takes less than 5 minutes to make? A pumpkin centerpiece. It's true! You'll love one on your table this Fall, especially on Thanksgiving Day. I love surfing Pinterest for ideas just like most of you. But if it's not easy and relatively inexpensive to do, I won't follow through with it. This project was both easy and cheap so I was on board. I hope you are too!
You know this question has been burning you up for years. What's the difference between a shovel and a spade? Ever since Corona Tools most generously sent us a few items to review, we've been amazed at how much more efficiently we work. And Corona was fun to partner with, even including us in the selection process! Tom is so enamored with his new spade that he's been motivated to tackle projects he typically ignores. The side edging never looked so good! So I hope you're ready to be the proud owner of the best shovel or spade you'll ever own because Corona tools are of the highest caliber. I've personally never handled a higher quality tool. You need a good spade and shovel. You need them to dig, scoop, turn and chop, pry, edge, plant and cut roots. So leave a comment below telling us about your favorite tool to enter! (shovel or spade valued up to $120) CONTEST IS EXPIRED!
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Western New York. I consider myself a lifelong learner who loves gardening with a 360 degree view. Thanks for stopping by!
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