Spring and summer are the perfect seasons to entertain guests in your backyard, but before you can start hosting barbecues and outdoor parties, you need to get your yard in tip-top shape. Luckily, with the right tools and a little bit of planning, getting your yard ready for entertaining can be a breeze. And with Toro’s battery-powered lawn tools, it’s even easier. Here are some tips for easily getting your yard ready for spring and summer entertaining.
- Clear Out Debris
The first step to getting your yard ready for entertaining is to clear out any debris that has accumulated over the winter months. Use Toro’s battery-powered leaf blower to quickly and easily clear out debris from your yard. This tool is lightweight, easy to use, and can quickly clear away any debris in your yard. Best part, no smelling like gas when you are doing using it.
- Mow the Lawn
A well-manicured lawn is essential for any backyard gathering. Use Toro’s battery-powered lawn mower to quickly and easily mow your lawn. This tool is quiet, lightweight, and easy to maneuver, making it the perfect tool for getting your lawn ready for entertaining. The Toro 60V Max Stripe™ Mower is specifically designed from the ground up to deliver pro-level striping, dual blade mulching, effortless battery power, and up to 65 minutes of runtime. There’s only one mower like it and you’re looking at it.
- Trim Hedges and Shrubs
Overgrown hedges and shrubs can make your yard look unkempt and messy. Use Toro’s battery-powered hedge trimmer to easily trim any hedges or shrubs in your yard. This tool is lightweight, easy to use, and can quickly trim any overgrown plants in your yard.
- Edge Walkways and Driveways
Clean, well-defined walkways and driveways can make a big difference in the overall appearance of your yard. Use Toro’s battery-powered edger to quickly and easily edge any walkways or driveways in your yard. This tool is lightweight, easy to use, and can quickly create clean edges around any surface.
- Add Color with Plants and Flowers
One of the easiest ways to add color to your yard is by adding plants and flowers. Use Toro’s battery-powered trimmer to quickly and easily trim any plants in your yard. Then, add some colorful flowers to your yard to brighten up the space. This will make your yard look more inviting and will help create a welcoming atmosphere for your guests.
- Set Up Outdoor Seating and Yard Games for Endless Fun
Finally, make sure to set up outdoor seating in your yard for your guests to enjoy. Don’t forget the the bug deterrents and shade to make your time outside the most enjoyable!
In conclusion, with the right tools and a little bit of planning, getting your yard ready for spring and summer entertaining can be easy. Toro’s battery-powered lawn tools are the perfect solution to make the job even easier. Use these tips to get your yard in tip-top shape and create a welcoming atmosphere for your guests.
Now it’s your turn to
- It’s as easy as going on toro.com to grab your tools today.
- $20 off on a handheld tool– directing them to put a link to toro.com sale page –
- Enjoying the BBQ/Yard with kids – promote the sweepstakes – use custom URL or use this to also promote and show the $20 off and direct link to the sweepstakes again
Get $20 off select Toro 60V handheld tools through 5/31. Plus, enter Toro’s sweepstakes for a chance to win a suite of Toro 60V tools. If you use my referral code when entering, it doubles your chances! (Sweepstakes will be live through 5/25 after which a winner will be chosen.)
Sweepstakes to win:
Toro prize pack will include:
- Toro 60V Portable Portable package and a 60V Max Stripe Mower :
- 21623 – 60V Max Stripe Mower
- 51822 – Leaf Blower
- 51836 – Attachment Capable String Trimmer
- 88710 – Attachment Stick edger
- 88715 – Attachment Cultivator
- 88714 – Attachment Pole Saw
- 51850T – Chainsaw
- 51840T – Hedge Trimmer
- 1 Toro branded Babbleboxx with all contents
Thank you for these tips! Don’t forget to take care of your pool. Some of your readers might have one, and spring maintenance of the pool is an important step before opening the swimming season.