8 Tech Tips to Make Lawn Care Stress Free
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If you want neatly trimmed grass, but don't have the time, download a picture of your lawn with GreenPal app, and it will recommend professionals in your area and their prices.
Parrot Flower Power
Plant a Parrot Flower Power device next to your perennials and indoor plants, and you'll get alerts on your smartphone when it needs more sun, water or food.
This smart device controls your entire in-ground sprinkler system via the Rachio app. When you're on vacation and a storm or a heat wave hits back home, you can still take command of the watering from wherever you are.
Do you want to grow your groceries? Enter your ZIP code, and this app will tell you exactly what to plant and when. Now, you'll know when to uproot those tomatoes and start planting potatoes.
Subscribe to custom weather alerts, and this site will text you when there's a cold snap or heat wave on its way — giving you a heads-up so you can protect your yard.
Talking to plants helps them grow, right? So why not tweet with yours? Attach this digital leaf to a tree or outdoor plant, then follow its status updates to know when it needs water or any other attention.
Lawn Aerating Sandals
A cross between cleats and snow shoes, these lawn sandals won't only aerate your lawn, but will guarantee a good workout. Photo courtesy of Clean Air Gardening
Hedge clippers are a hassle. This friendlier clipper has concealed blades and a connected bag that collects the clippings as you work. Photo courtesy of Garden Groom