Summer Lawn Care Tips & Tricks
Posted On: August 11, 2014

Ever wonder how your neighbors still have a lush, green lawn in the summer? The secret: They take summer lawn care seriously. Getting summer lawn care right keeps their yards looking great, even as high temperatures and dry weather scorch other yards down the block. (more…)

Summer Sizzler Sale 2014
Posted On: July 10, 2014

Since 1969, Grasshopper zero-turn mowers have been synonymous with comfort, durability, quality and value. Now, the Grasshopper mower you’ve always dreamed of can be yours during the Grasshopper Summer Sizzler Sale!



Lawn Striping 101: Mowing patterns and equipment
Posted On: June 21, 2014

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Photo courtesy of Christopher’s Lawn & Landscape in Kearney, Mo.

You don’t have a PhD in horticulture or experience on an MLB grounds crew to do lawn striping right. With the correct approach and the right equipment, you can stripe any lawn. But, before you can give your backyard the “big-league” look, you need to know how lawn striping works.


Father’s Day 2014: Gift Idea & Special Offer
Posted On: June 5, 2014

Perfect lawn father's day zero turn mowerFather’s Day is only 10 short days away, so you still have time to find a card and gift for Dad. But, are you struggling to find that perfect gift?

What do you give someone who already has a closet full of neckties and pockets full of gadgets? How about time?

As in, less time mowing the lawn, making sure every blade of grass is perfectly level and bent just right. If your Dad is like this guy, meticulously manicuring his lawn to perfection, then give him a Father’s Day gift that keeps on giving: a Grasshopper zero-turn mower.


Love your skin. Protect it from skin cancer.
Posted On: May 20, 2014

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

It’s the unofficial start of summer with warmer, sunnier days and rapidly growing grass in your backyard. While your lawn loves getting more sun, your body’s largest organ does not. That’s because the same UV rays that help your lawn grow can also burn your skin, which can lead to skin cancer. And, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, anyone can be at risk of skin cancer.