You don’t have to rake leaves. Experts say there are some benefits to leaving fallen leaves on the ground, but you should chop them up if they’re on grass.
You don’t have to rake leaves. Experts say there are some benefits to leaving fallen leaves on the ground, but you should chop them up if they’re on grass. Karen Schiely TNS
You don’t have to rake leaves. Experts say there are some benefits to leaving fallen leaves on the ground, but you should chop them up if they’re on grass. Karen Schiely TNS

Let fallen leaves lie? Not without chopping them

November 18, 2015 07:16 AM

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