We have had a few sunny days in the UK recently, which has prompted us to suddenly remember that there is an uncovered area attached to the property that we haven’t visited for the last six months. We like to call it our garden, but nature has been trying to claim it back as one of its own ever since we moved in. The only way to fight back against mother nature and her unrelenting army of flora is with good quality gardening tools. Thankfully, Stihl have a wide range to tackle a variety of garden dramas.
Although the idea of going outside in the garden currently feels like a distant memory (day 3 of constant wind and rain), there will come a time when the sun shines again, and your pristinely maintained lawn may have turned into a wilderness. The Stihl Strimmer FSA 65 is a lightweight cordless grass and trimmer to help get that garden under control.
When it comes to gardening I have very little to maintain, the back garden is more of a quarry with a few raspberry canes and a handful of tulips for one month of the year, I pretty much leave it to do its own thing, the front garden however has a large hedge on the boundary (don’t ask me what kind, its green and seems to grow at the same rate as bamboo). I normally tackle this hedge by hacking away at it with a pair of sheers until I it looks half dead, or I get bored, whichever comes first.