With spring almost upon us, why not start getting out into our gardens to give them a makeover ready for the impending warmth. The cold winter temperatures may have left your garden in a sorry state, but the experts in the landscaping industry at Hayter have a few handy tips make sure your garden is looking its best this spring.
As we near 2020, British heritage company Hayter, the makers of the finest mowers, have announced a series of updates to its popular Harrier® range across both the domestic and Pro models for 2020.
Hayter sent a brand new Osprey to be tested by the RHS award winning gardener Lee Burkhill aka "Garden Ninja" to get his expert opinion.
Launched in 2017 the Hayter Osprey 46cm four wheel mower is a 3 in 1 lawn mower which means it can collect the clippings in a bag, it can mulch the clippings or simply discharge the clippings from the rear of the mower.
Jonny Smith had a problem, his lawn mower had broke.
Hayter customer and twitter user Simon, recommend a Hayter lawn mower which got us thinking. He likes reviewing things with wheels and engines so we thought we would send him a Hayter Harrier to review.
This is the result!
Curtis Jones runs one of the UK leading lawn care Youtube channels " Uk Lawn Care". He has just shared his review of the new Harrier 41. In this video Curtis is evaluating the Professional version of the new Harrier which is designed for commercial use. The all new Harrier 41 is available in 3 consumer versions as well as this professional model (the professional versions are painted silver whereas the consumer versions are painted green).