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Smoke gets in her eyes

Oct 31, 2012
Photo by: JULIE JOHNSTON/Ledger photo

Dee Zillman ran the lawnmower over the leaves to shred and windrow them, before raking them into the fire. Some leaves left on the lawn do no harm to the turf, but a heavy layer, particularly of maple leaves, will only mat and kill the grass, making removal necessary. Shredded leaves, especially oak leaves, make good mulch for flowerbeds.


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