Patchy Yard Problems

Thursday, April 12, 2012 |
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

This spring I've been enjoying watching the different kinds of flowers pop up in the garden of our new house.    The people who lived at our house before us apparently really enjoyed their garden and there have been a variety of different colors and shapes of flowers popping up.
I cannot say the same thing for our new yard, however. 
Don't mind my shadow.  (I'm the one of the right, in case you were wondering. I've got hips, yo. heh heh heh...)
The only thing that seems to be popping up in our yard is dandelions.  And patches.  And other little green plant things.  Seriously, what is that stuff??
Since I'd choose crafting over yard work ANY DAY - if hubby and I want to fix up our yard this year I think we'd opt for a fast, easy solution - such as the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System!

I've heard lots of cool things about the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System. Also, the commercial with that Irish guy totally cracks me up every time.   The benefits of the spreader system is that there is a no mess, no guess spreader system.  The Snap Pac connects directly to the Snap Spreader - so there is no cutting, no opening, and no pouring from heaving bags! No spilling or waste required. The system auto-sets the proper flow rate, and has an EdgeGuard that keeps the product on the lawn where you want it!  When you're done the Snap Pac self-seals upon removal making it super easy to store anywhere.  So you can get your yardwork done fast and easy and head back to crafting sooner :)
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2 comments:

MiMi said...

Our yard is horrid. Seriously bad right now.

Sugarr2518 said...

We have some of the same issues, but we have our dog and she's the one whose to blame for it! Either way, though, they just plain suck. I wish we could do something to fix our lawn too!

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