grass box

grass box

n
(Horticulture) a container attached to a lawn mower that receives grass after it has been cut
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If there are only a few leaves on your lawn and you have a wheeled lawnmower, why not remove the grass box and drive over them?
I took inspiration from the film Convoy, so the back of the wagon is going to be covered in artificial grass with a grass box at the back.
Routine raking together with the use of a grass box will keep thatch in check in most cases and in moderation acts like a mulch, keeping the surface moist and protecting the lawn surface from wear.
July 14: A lawnmower, minus its grass box, was stolen from a garden.
You can cut them from the main plant when they have rooted well Continue cutting back rock plants such as alyssum, aubrieta and helianthemum immediately after flowering, before they have had time to set seed During dry weather raise the cutting blades on your lawnmower and mow without using the grass box so that the clippings help retain moisture Thin established seedlings of herbs such as chervil and dill to 15-30cm (6-12in) apart, according to the eventual spread of the plants.
Testers rated each mower on its ability to cope with different types of grass, how it managed lawn edges up to a soil border and the capacity of the grass box.
Gardening found that they are hard work to move around, especially if the grass box is full, and you have to push them in a straight line to collect the clippings.
Perfect for medium sized gardens with its 46cm width cut and 55 litre removable grass box.
If the area is too big to rake, collect the autumn leaves in your lawn mower with the blades set high, then they will be shredded straight into the grass box.
In such weather, take the grass box off your mower so the grass clippings can help to retain moisture in the lawn.