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The Ultimate Robotic Mower guide

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How long do Robotic robot mowers last? The life expectancy of a robot mower is about ten-twelve years.

How do robot lawnmowers work? Some robot mowers use wire boundaries around the area that needs to be cut, the robot detects when it is approaching the wire and changes its course in a random direction. Some advanced versions use a 360 laser to sense incoming obstacles.

Are robotic lawnmowers safe?  Yes! Robot mowers like all mowers have cutting blades underneath, safety features such as collision detection systems make robotic mowers very safe to use.

Do robot lawnmowers collect grass? Robotic mowers are mulching mowers. They cannot collect grass but instead spread clipping so that their nutrients are put back into the soil.

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First Things First..

The first thing that must be considered when buying a robot lawn mower is the size of your lawn. Your lawns size is one of the most crucial factors when choosing a robotic mower to purchase; Once you’ve worked out how big your garden is, you can focus on the models that best suit your lawn size.

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BEST FOR LAWNS UP TO 400m²

The Flymo 1200R is suitable for lawns of up to 400m². It has an excellent balance of features for a really competitive price. For those with a smaller garden, who don’t want to spend more than is necessary on a robot lawnmower, I think that this is the best robot lawnmower for you.

Flymo is owned by Husqvarna & is one of the giants in the world of robot lawnmowers. As a result, it is very similar to the Husqvarna 105, which can manage lawns of up to 600 m², but costs twice the price.

It lacks smart features & doesn’t do as good a job on your edges like other brands, but its core functionality is excellent at an unbeatable price.

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Best for lawns between 400m² & 600m²

The McCulloch ROB R600 follows closely from the Flymo 1200R. It can manage lawns of up to 600 m² with excellent core functionality to maintain a garden really well without any human intervention. The McCulloch brand is owned by Husqvarna, there are a lot of similarities between this model and the Flymo 1200R.

Where the McCulloch ROB R600 wins is on its balance between cost and features. Again, it is targeted at the more cost-conscious buyer. Still, if you are looking for an excellent robotic lawnmower at a very reasonable price, then you cannot go wrong with this model.

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Best for lawns between 600m² & 1000m²

The GARDENA SILENO life is a compact and manoeuvrable Robotic Lawnmower that can master inclines of up to 35 per cent, as well as narrow corridors and passageways without a problem.
Thanks to its SensorCut System, the GARDENA SILENO life does not create lawn stripes but rather ensures cutting patterns are perfectly balanced for a correctly maintained carpet of grass. It is suitable for a lawn size of up to 1,000 square metres.

Gardena Robotic mowers also offer models to cover up to 1600 sq m

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Best for lawns between 1000m² & 1500m²

Worx have a lot of robot lawnmowers available for smaller gardens. Still, it isn’t until we get to the models designed for slightly larger gardens where they really begin to compete on both features and price. The Worx WR153E L1500 matches on performance with the Robomow Robotic Mower but does so at a quieter sound level and with a cheaper price tag.

Its main competition is the Robomow RC308u and the Husqvarna 315. The Worx WR153E L1500 features an impressive patented AIA artificial intelligence system which improves mowing efficiency as well as its ability to pass through narrow stretches of your lawn.

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Features:

  • Intelligent Smart auto-scheduling
  • Aia technology Agile and faster than others
  • Cut to edge for a better finish at the edge of your lawn
  • Configurable to your needs Choose from five unique options
  • Can share its battery with all WORX 20V cordless tools
  • Cutting height 30-60mm Cutting width 220mm
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10 Mirror Decoration Ideas to Brighten Your Home

1. Bedroom Mirror with Mirrored Frame

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3. Modern Round Entryway Mirror Display

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Garden To-Do List March

Welcome to the third instalment of twelve monthly blogs that will cover some of the many key tasks that will need to be undertaken throughout the year.

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Job list:

  1. Mow the lawn on dry days (if needed)
  2. Protect shoots from slugs
  3. Prune roses
  4. Divide overgrown perennial clumps
  5. Plant summer flowering bulbs

Spring is coming! Spring usually arrives by mid-March and the often sunny days provide the opportunity to complete a wide range of tasks. Some examples would include -preparing seedbeds, sowing seeds, cutting back those winter shrubs and generally tidying up around the garden.

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Mowing Lawns

The best time to start mowing usually is between March and October. Mowing is the most frequent, and most important task when it comes to maintaining healthy lawns. Ensuring the cutting height and mowing frequency is right will also make a massive difference to the appearance of your garden.

Check out our simple step by step guide on how to mow the perfect Lawn

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Slugs

95% of the slugs in your garden can be found underground. Slugs can cause a lot of damage throughout the year on a wide range of plants, but it’s the seedlings and new shoots of spring that are most at risk.

Control- Slugs are so overabundant in gardens that some damage will have to be tolerated. It’s impossible to completely eradicate these pests but controlling them is essential. Fortunately, some measures can be taken to help protect your most vulnerable plants and minimise the damage caused by these pests.

Non-chemical control Biological control options such as ‘Nemaslug’ are specific to slugs and snails and have no adverse effects on other animals. This product contains microscopic worms that work by entering a slug’s body and infecting it with a bacteria that causes disease and then death. All you need to apply this option is a watering can with a Course rose attachment.

Other preventive measures include:
  • Encourage predators into your garden, these include -birds, frogs, toads, hedgehogs, slow-worms and ground beetles.
  • Place ‘Slug Traps’.
  • Place copper tape around pots.
  • Regularly rake the soil and remove fallen leaves in winter to enable birds to eat the exposed slug eggs.

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Rose pruning

The following steps will help to improve the health and lifespan of your rose & are suitable for all roses.

How to prune:
  • Cut no more than 5mm (¼ in) above a bud, slope cuts away from it, this prevents water from collecting on the bud. Do this with all cuts, whether you are deadheading, removing deadwood or doing your annual prune.
  • Keep cuts clean and your secateurs sharp. Use loppers for larger stems.
  • Cut out dead, spindly and crossing stems. Well-spaced stems will allow air to freely flow.
  • On established roses, Remove old wood as well as any old stubs that have failed to produce new shoots.
  • Prune all newly planted roses hard to encourage vigorous shoots (Not suitable for climbing or shrub roses.)

Climbing or rambling Rose

If your rose is very tall and requires supports to hold it up, then it’s more than likely to be a climbing or rambling rose.

  • If your rose only has one thick old stem going into the soil, then it is essential to not cut back too hard as the rose may not be able to regenerate. In this case, the best practice is to instead remove between a third and a half.
  • For roses with many stems try removing one or two of the older stems close to the base.

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Shrub or Bush?

Identifying your rose:
  1. Prune two or three stems as close to the ground as you can.
  2. Shorten remaining stems by a third and a half
  3. If your rose responds next season with lots of vigorous regrowth & plenty of flowers, then the chances are you have a Floribunda or Hybrid tea bush.
  4. If this is not the case, then it’s more likely a shrub type rose.

All pruned roses should be fed with either a general-purpose or rose fertiliser mulched with garden compost or manure during spring.

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Dividing Perennials

Regularly dividing perennials will ensure healthy and vigorous plant growth that will continue to bloom year after year. It also gives you the chance to multiply your plants. Most perennials will benefit from being divided every two-three years, dividing perennials will help maintain the health and vigour of your plant.

Examples of plants that can be divideAgapanthus, Anemone, Aster, Bergenia (elephant’s ears), Convallaria (lily-of-the-valley) Crocosmia, Dierama, Delphinium, Epimedium, Eryngium (sea holly), Euphorbia, Gentiana (gentian) Geranium, Helianthus, Hemerocallis (daylily), Hosta, Iris, Lychnis, Lysichiton, Lysimachia, ornamental grasses, Primula (primrose) Ranunculus (buttercup), Salvia, Sedum, Verbena, Zantedeschia (arum lily).

When To Divide:
  • Divide summer-flowering plants in spring or autumn when the soil is dry enough to work. In wet autumns, delay until spring. Spring is also better suited for more delicate plants.
  • Many spring-flowering plants are best divided in the summer months when they produce new roots.

It is possible to successfully divide plants at almost any time of the year, as long as they’re kept well-watered afterwards. However, for the best chance of division success, it is advised to wait until they are not in active growth.

How to divide perennials

  • Gently lift with a garden fork, working outwards from the centre to reduce root damage. Shake off any excess soil to make the roots visible
  • Some plants, e.g. the Ajuga (bugle), will produce individual plantlets that can be replanted.
  • Small, fibrous-rooted plants such as Epimedium, Hosta and the Heuchera can be pulled gently apart to create small clumps for planting.
  • Large, fibrous-rooted plants, e.g. the Hemerocallis (daylily), will need two garden forks inserted into the centre back-to-back. You can then use these as levers to loosen or break the roots into two sections. These can be divided more than once.

Aftercare

Make sure you plant your divided plants asap and water them well. Make sure they don’t dry out while they get established, it is also advised to use slug and snail control during this process.

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Bulbs & planting

Bulbs make impressive displays when planted in containers or borders, especially Daffodils, Snowdrops and Tulips. They are one of the easiest and rewarding plants to grow.

Bulbs are perfect for adding a splash of colour during the spring months.

Summer-flowering bulbs, like Lilies or Gladioli, will give your garden a dramatic and tall bloom with a lovely scent.

Autumn-flowering bulbs, like Nerines, can brighten up the late season with unexpectedly colourful displays.

Other bulbs, like Snowdrops & Scillas, are some of the earliest flowering plants in the garden, brightening up the short days of very early spring.

When To Plant Bulbs

Autumn Spring-flowering bulbs, such as Crocus, Daffodils & Hyacinths, should be planted by the end of September, Tulips can be planted in November. Hardy summer-flowering bulbs, like Lilies, Crocosmia and Alliums, in September and October

SpringTender summer-flowering bulbs, should be planted in early spring.

SummerAutumn-flowering bulbs, like Nerines, should be planted by late summer.

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Missed planting your bulbs?

It’s easy to forget about those lost bulbs at the back of the shed. If you have found yourself missing out then the best thing you can do is get them in the ground or potted up asap. If you leave them for the correct time, later will eventually deteriorate.

Discard any soft or rotten bulbs first. Some bulbs can last longer than others (Tulip compared to Daffodil, for instance) so this may be a bit hit and miss. You might find that they don’t perform as well as expected in their first year but if they’re a type of bulb that bloom year after year then they should get better the second or third time around. Adding a well-balanced fertiliser during planting will help them recover.


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Garden To-Do List – February

This post is the second instalment of 12 monthly blogs that will cover some of the many essential tasks that will need to be undertaken throughout the year.

This month you’ll discover numerous indications that spring is drawing closer, with various bulbs making an appearance and wild animals awakening as temperatures begin to rise. There are loads of things to do both inside and outside this month as the garden springs up once more, it’s a perfect chance to prune bushes and climbers, for example, Wisteria and evergreen shrubs.

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Top Jobs This Month:

  • Prune last seasons flowering shrubs
  • Net crops to keep the birds away
  • Cut back evergreen hedges, Climbers and Wisteria
  • Protect blossoming trees against frost damage
  • Ready vegetable beds and start sowing vegetable seeds undercover
  • Begin chitting potato tubers for a greater, faster harvest
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Pruning last seasons shrubs

Early-flowering shrubs that bloom in late winter, spring and early summer (depending on the shrub) require yearly pruning to support robust, sound shoots and enhance blossoming. Annual pruning lengthens the life of these early-flowering plants.


How to prune

Pruning requirements depend on the type of shrub; however, all early-flowering shrubs require routine when it comes to the removal of damaged or dead wood.

Basic Pruning Principles:
  1. Remove all damaged & dead shoots back to their point of origin.
  2. Where there are many stems, remove some to ground level to keep the bush from becoming overcrowded.
  3. Remove spindly or twiggy shoots down to their point of origin.

Be aware that these shrubs usually flower on the previous year’s growth.

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Netting Crops (Bird Control)

The first thing to note is that you must attach netting to a rigid frame. So it forms an enclosure around plants that is tight on all sides, this prevents birds & other animals from becoming entangled and also keep the netting from becoming snared or entangled with the plant you are attempting to protect.

Alternatives

Many gardeners prefer to use scare tactics as a way of protecting their crops by either hanging bright objects from branches or by purchasing specialist bird scaring devices.

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Pruning Wisteria

Wisteria will become dormant and leafless during the Jan/Feb months, during this time you will need to tidy it up before the growing season starts, doing this ensures your flowers will not become hindered by leaves.

How to Prune

Summer pruning (July or August) Cut back the Long green shoots from this year’s growth down to five or six leaves after flowering in July or August. This will control the overall size of the wisteria and encourages it to form more flowering buds.

Late Winter – Early Spring (January or February) Cut back previously pruned shoots further. Cut them back to within 2.5–5cm (1–2in) of older branches, or 2 to 3 buds.

Don’t panic If you missed pruning your wisteria in July/ August then you can still prune back to two buds now.

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Pruning Climbers

Although pruning depends on the plants individual needs, some tasks are quite similar:

  1. Removed deadwood
  2. Tie in new growth regularly to fill space
  3. Tie inside shoots to fill gaps
  4. Prune back overgrown shoots

Pruning climbers in the wrong season can produce a poor display the following year. Plants should recover and flower again in the second flowering season (after pruning), so no long-term harm will have been done.

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Protecting trees from frost

When to protect from frost- When temperatures reach below 0°C (32°F) over a sustained period, this temperature is cold enough to freeze trees’ buds/blossoms, fruit, leaves, and even twigs. The measures that will need to be taken depend on the fruit you are trying to protect.

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Frost protection will prevent:

  1. Damage to new buds, shoots or flowers
  2. Russeting and cracked skin on apples and pears
  3. Abnormally formed fruits, typically on pears

How to protect fruit from frosts

Most fruit damage can be avoided by choosing an area where spring frosts are least likely, however, this isn’t always an option for gardeners. Planting in a sunny, sheltered spot such as a south-facing wall is preferable for early flowering crops such as apricots, nectarines & peaches.


If the above is not possible then try these following methods:

Soft fruit: use a fleece cover to protect the developing crops on the nights a frost is forecasted.

Strawberries: protect with a double layer of fleece, open in the day to allow pollinators access

Small fruit trees: cover with fleece overnight, remove during the day.

Keep grasses at the base of trees cut short during the flowering season, long grass will prevent the heat from escaping out of the soil.

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Sewing Tender Crops

In greenhouses and tunnels

Courgettes, pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, sweetcorn and cucumber are examples of vegetables that are sown in spring or early summer in a greenhouse or poly tunnel for transplanting outside

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Begin Chitting Potatoes

What is potato chitting?

Chitting is when you encourage seed potatoes to sprout before planting. You can start chitting from late January to February, about six weeks before you intend to plant out the vegetables. Each seed potato has a more rounded, blunt end that has a number of ‘eyes’.

Stand your seed potatoes with the blunt end facing upwards in an old egg box, with plenty of natural light.

Your potatoes will be ready to plant outside once the shoots reach 1.5-2.5cm (0.5-1in) in length.

When planting potato crops, you should always use seed potatoes, as supermarket ones often produce disappointing results due to high disease levels.

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How To Mow

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An easy step by step guide on how to mow the Perfect Lawn.


When to mow

The best time to start mowing usually is between March and October. Mowing is the most frequent, and most important, task when it comes to maintaining healthy lawns. Ensuring the cutting height and mowing frequency is right will make a massive difference to the appearance of your lawn.

Over summer:

Mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during very dry weather.

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Over spring and autumn:

Mow once a week.

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Over winter:

Mowing isn’t necessary unless the
weather is mild and the grass is still growing. If this is the case, then mow occasionally with the highest cut setting selected.

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Do not attempt to mow your lawn if the ground conditions are very soft, frozen, or during spells of cold, drying winds.


How to mow
The mowing itself is pretty straight forward. It’s usually the height settings on your mower that typically cause problems.

Height:

For the first mowing in spring,
set the cutting height to the highest setting.
After that, gradually reduce the height of cut until the perfect height is reached.

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For fine lawns

The best height will be 6-13mm (¼-½in).

For ornamental lawns
13-25mm (½-1in) in summer and up to 40mm (1.5in) during spring and autumn.

Avoid excessively close mowing.
It may look good, but this will weaken your grass and encourage shallow roots, making the lawn more vulnerable to droughts, weeds and moss. Close-mowed lawns need more feeding and watering. Extremely low mowing will also scalp your lawn and
leave bare patches on top of uneven ground or tree roots.
Lawns often cut on a high setting can also suffer from loose and weak growth.

If you don’t know what height to use, the general guideline is to never remove more than one-third of the leaf shoots in any one mow.

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Types of mowers

Your lawn mower will be one of your most-used pieces of power equipment, so it is essential you take the time to research which type of mower will best suit your needs.

Petrol, Electric or Hand-pushed?

Hand-pushed mowers are great for small grassy areas, they’re quiet with zero running costs, as well as obviously being the more environmentally friendly option.

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Electric mowers can be very cheap to buy but aren’t as powerful as their petrol cousins. Electric mowers are more suited to small – medium-sized lawns & can be purchased either corded or cordless.

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Petrol mowers are designed to withstand more regular use than electric lawnmowers and as a result, will provide a longer working life. If you have a large lawn, it is worth investing in a petrol mower as these can mow twice as fast as electric models.

Robotic Mowers have many smart features & come in all shapes & sizes with many makes & models available for much less than you might think… Click the image to view our ‘Robotic mowers guide & reviews‘ blog.

Things To Consider

Lawn Size: Mowing a big lawn can take up to an hour or more each time, so choosing a mower with a wider cutting area will make a massive difference in the amount of time and effort needed. However, these larger mowers do cost more so for larger lawns it might be worth considering a ride on or self-propelled type of mower.

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Maintenance: For the best cutting experience, you should keep your mower blades clean and sharp. You can sharpen the blades on your rotary mower yourself, but for cylinder mowers, it is best to get professional help. Click the images to view Amazon’s wide range of blade sharpening tools.

Mower types

There are four main types of mower: cylinder, rotary, hover and ride-on. (Mulching mowers are a type of rotary mower.)

Cylinder mowers

Cylinder mowers give the highest quality cut, these are best suited for fine lawns and sports turf. Cylinder mower blades cut with a scissor-like action. This action is what gives you the fine cut and striped finish with very low cutting heights.


Rotary mowers

Rotary mowers are better suited for ornamental lawns. Rotary lawn mowers have a horizontally spinning blade and are better suited for longer grass and uneven ground. rotary mowers with rear rollers can also be purchased & give a striped finish.


Hover mowers

Hover mowers are like rotary mowers, but use a cushion of air to move around instead of wheels. Hover mowers are able to tackle long grasses and uneven surfaces just as well as a rotary mower. However, self propelled models are not available.


Mulching mowers

Mulching mowers are a type of rotary mower, but instead of collecting the grass clippings in a box, they finely chop the clippings and deposit them back into the ground. These clipping then settle and are barely visible. Mulching mowers return nutrients back into the roots. It is possible to purchase versions that give you the option of mulching or collection.


Ride-on mowers

Ride-on mowers are suited for very large lawns. These can be purchased as cylinder or rotary. ride on mowers will shorten mowing times drastically, but are far more expensive than others listed above. Self-propelled models are a cheaper option for large gardens.


Getting A Striped Finish In 3 Easy Steps.

Striped lawns look very impressive, and aren’t that difficult to achieve when your mower has a rear roller. Rectangular lawns are easier to stripe than irregularly shaped lawns, but with some practice, you will be able to stripe up any lawn easily.

  1. Mow around the edge of your lawn.
  2. For square or rectangular lawns, work from the left side, mowing up and down the lawn using the straight lawn edge as your guide. For irregular shaped lawns, line your mower up with a focal point to create your first straight line. This initial stripe will then be your guide for subsequent stripes.
  3. Overlap your stripes slightly at each turn, this will help ensure a uniform height between stripes.
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  1. Empty your clipping box regularly to prevent grass clumps clogging your mower & falling onto your perfect lawn.
  2. Use hand lawn shears or a strimmer to cut into tight corners.
  3. Alternating straight with diagonal stripes on different occasions, will help keep your grass roots strong and prevent ruts from forming.

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