Aren't you the least bit worried that you are going to get advice that is in their (Scotts') best interest rather than yours?
Isn't it in Scott's best interest for you tohave a nice lawn??? How long will you buy their stuff if that doesn't happen per their recommendations? Odd comment IMO.
How do your goals and Scott's contradict each other? I'll tell you...they don't.
(granted...it isn't in Scott's best interest for you to achieve the results without their products)..but that wasn't what you were challenging.
Last edited by capitalcityguy; 06-04-2010 at 04:30 PM.
If somebody would have told me how hard it was to maintain a deck I never would have bought a house with a deck. I stain mine every two years which ends up being a horrible, miserable experience. Then every spring after the snow melts the deck looks horrible again. I tell my wife constantly that my next house will not have a deck. I HATE MY DECK!!! Go patio!!! Why are decks so popular in the Midwest?
Again...why live somewhere with a lawn then????
Now all you are doing is annoying your neighbors and making them think you don't have the good sense God gave you to be able to keep up a nice lawn…or you're lazy.
Neither particularly a badge of honor.
I live in Iowa and most places in Iowa have lawns, I wasn't going to move to AZ just because I'm not into yardscaping. Actually my neighbors don't mind, they are like me and aren't petty about something so trivial. Definatley not lazy just have better things to do with my time and money than waste it on a lawn.
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