|Fig.1 Shed yard |
full of weeds
Supplies and Tools:
Garbage trash bag
This is a simple gardening job, the back of the shed that needed organization was full of leaves that needed to be removed for fire protection.
This post shows the three steps to pick up the leaves and trash that had accumulated over the 30 years and needed to be discarded.
Step 1: Fig.1 is 5- feet wide by 12 feet long. Take the leaf rake and gather all the leaves and place them in a large plastic garbage bags or garbage pail.
Step 2: Scrape the dirt with a flat shovel and clean and place all the dirty dirt into the garbage bag.
Step 3: Fig.2 the area is clear of leaves and weeds. This job took a total of 15-minutes, not all gardening jobs are this easy but if you have an area that needs cleaning you can use this post as a guide to help get the job done. Its all hard work, but in the end you can see when you have cleaned up an area.
|Fig.2 Job Finished|
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