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Vegetables are growing, flowers are blooming, and the grass just won't stop.  It's summer again.  Your hard work in the spring season is paying off.  Here's to the return of a great season, keeping up with nature and taking time to enjoy the weather.  Happy summer.

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New for 2014

TB360 TriAction® 21" Rear Wheel Self-Propelled Mower

Breeze through summer with the TB360 self-propelled lawn mower, featuring the all-new InStep' variable-speed drive system.  Light on its wheels, this mower naturally adjusts to your pace, providing more control and more traction on tough terrain.  The single-lever height adjuster makes it simple to raise and lower your cutting height, and the TriAction® cutting system gives you the ability to side discharge, mulch or bag your clippings.  When you're ready to call it a day, the integrated deck wash system makes for quick and easy cleanup.  The TB360 rear wheel self-propelled mower has the power, versatility and control to effectively tackle any yard, again and again.

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Outdoor Lawn & Garden Lighting

One of the best parts of summer is being able to sit outside and enjoy all the hard work you put into your yard and garden.  With some outdoor garden lighting, you don't have to go inside once the sun goes down.  Here are some unique outdoor summer garden lighting options to help you brighten up your backyard.

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Ten Ways to Conserve Water in Your Garden

Does your water bill go up every summer from watering your lawn and garden?  Do you cringe at the amount of water being wasted?  Follow these 10 tips to water your summer garden without sacrificing the health of your plants.

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Garden Pest Control

Does your garden serve as a fine dining restaurant for insects and small animals?  If so, there are some changes you can make to help deter them.  Garden pests are any sort of creature that disrupts the growth of your plants - from deer to birds to insects.

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