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    NBMWD (Mulch > Gravel)

    Bought this the other day, picked it up this morning.



    Basically my old car, but a little bigger.

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    Which forum did you sell this time?

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    Plenty of room for the AxeFx

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    No X7?

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    Landscaping is a solid 8.5/10.

    Going with wood chips (can't tell conclusively from the picture though) instead of gravel was a mistake though. You get too aggressive with the hose and those end up all over your driveway. Gravel is way easier to water and looks better.

    The Perennials might be overly ambitious though. Those require intensive maintenance to get at Better Home and Garden levels.

    Should have gone with creeping phlox or foxgloves something closer to the ground or sturdier. Don't know what's native out there.

    Dwarf trees look great though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    No X7?
    I didn't know that was now a thing, and man it's hideous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    Landscaping is a solid 8.5/10.

    Going with wood chips (can't tell conclusively from the picture though) instead of gravel was a mistake though. You get too aggressive with the hose and those end up all over your driveway. Gravel is way easier to water and looks better.

    The Perennials might be overly ambitious though. Those require intensive maintenance to get at Better Home and Garden levels.

    Should have gone with creeping phlox or foxgloves something closer to the ground or sturdier. Don't know what's native out there.

    Dwarf trees look great though.
    I think you're assuming Sir Quig doesn't have a gardener who does this all for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    I think you're assuming Sir Quig doesn't have a gardener who does this all for him
    I do, in fact.

    This is the first year I've ever used a landscape service. I love working in the yard and especially on the lawn, but hiring it out frees up a few hours a week that I can spend with my son instead.

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