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TROY-BILT® LAUNCHES FLEX FACE-OFF BLOGGER CHALLENGE

06/11/2015 - The newly introduced Troy-Bilt® FLEX™ has been popular this spring with homeowners who have a lot of outdoor chores to take care of year-round, but not much storage space. That’s why Troy-Bilt and Lowe’s® challenged two DIY bloggers to organize their garage spaces in the first FLEX Face-Off challenge.

TROY-BILT® INTRODUCES A NEW LINE OF GARDEN TOOLS

05/11/2015 - Just in time for planting season, Troy-Bilt® introduced a brand new line of garden tools. From pruners to loppers to weed removers, the products were designed to blend function with ergonomic design and make experiences in the yard easier and more enjoyable.

TROY-BILT® INTRODUCES FLEX™, A NEW CATEGORY OF OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT

03/26/2015 - Troy-Bilt® today introduced FLEX™ – a first-of-its-kind, customizable yard care system that will change the way homeowners buy and use outdoor power equipment.

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There's nothing more frustrating than discovering damaged crops or plants in your garden because of insects. Though the common reaction to this is to shoo bugs away, you may want to refrain from doing this since these insects can be quite valuable in maintaining a healthy garden.

#Saturday6 Tip: Keep your hostas happy and healthy! Fertilize in late spring with 10-10-10 fertilizer. Mulching around the hostas with either pine mulch or very coarse bark mulch – keeping it 6 inches away from the base – discourages hungry slugs. Water in the morning using a soaker hose to prevent spray and sun scorch. –Kim Wilson from Sand & Sisal

Tip from Troy-Bilt: Have an abundance of herbs in your garden? Preserve them as ice cubes by finely chopping herbs, placing them into an ice cube tray and filling it with olive oil. Freeze and then pop them out to use in your favorite recipes!

Fill in the blank: The summer vegetable I love to eat fresh from the garden is _____________.

#Saturday6 Tip: Some perennials can look a little spent by midsummer. Things like geraniums, salvia and nepeta may flop open as their blooms fade. Cut the entire plant back to neaten it up and encourage a new flush of growth and blooms. – Erin Schanen from The Impatient Gardener

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