Trimming the lawn means cutting the grass that the lawnmower couldn’t access. Most lawn mowers do a poor job of cutting grass along the edges of the lawn. The grass just grows too sideways in that area for the blades to get at it, or you can’t get the wheels of the mower into planting beds nearby. Therefore, you need to do some edging or trimming along the perimeter of structures and other various obstacles.
Here are some of the obstacles you may encounter when mowing a lawn:
· Structures: House, Shed, Garage, Doghouse, Playsets
· Mulched flower beds
· Walkways, driveways, and roadways
· Lamp Posts, Electrical Boxes,
· Rock formations