This post is sponsored by Toro, but all content and opinions are solely my own.
My yard is approximately the size of a postage stamp. A 3,000sf postage stamp. That includes the house, shed, driveway, brick patio, 1 tree, 170sf of grass, and gardens around every corner- literally. It’s my little garden oasis. At the beginning of every summer, it’s a process to get it season-ready, though. Between cleaning up leaves, weeding, trimming the bushes. and spreading what seems like a million bags of mulch (ok closer to 30), I always spend more of my free time doing yard work in June than I ever anticipate. Luckily once the bulk of work is done, the daily and weekly maintenance is a breeze for the rest of the summer and we get to sit back, relax, and enjoy our little yard.
Prior to it’s yearly taming each spring, the yard starts getting a little wild and with it’s minuscule size, a little wild feels a lot wild.