STIHL Lawn and Garden Equipment
Lawn Care Equipment in Hunter Valley
Chesterfield Australia stock a great range of STIHL Lawn and Garden Equipment for all your garden power tool needs, you can trust they’ll look after you. Check out the full range available by clicking on the links below. If you find something you like and need for your garden, you can reserve online and pick up in store.
- Loganholme, 2/23 Burchill Street, call 07 3808 0600 click here to view the range and reserve products
- Maclean, 181 River Street, call 02 6645 4714 click here to view the range and reserve products
- Rutherford, 52 Racecourse Road, call 02 4932 5588 click here to view the range and reserve products
Autumn Tips from STIHL
With Autumn comes falling leaves, which means your leaf blower will get a good work out.
For those who simply want to rid their garden of leaves, a lightweight electric or petrol leaf blower will help get you there. Blow the leaves into a pile in the corner of your garden and then collect the pile when you’re done.
A vacuum shredder will suck up the leaves and debris, and you’ll simply need to dispose of the contents in the vacuum bag when you’re done.
If you’re after something quieter, a STIHL cordless blower is the perfect solution. It’s practically silent, lightweight and requires no fuel thanks to its high powered battery.
Autumn is pruning season – it removes dead wood, promotes more flowering, creates a shapely, attractive plant and actually stimulates growth.
Trim your hedges before the onset of winter to keep them compact and bushy. When pruning, always use sharp blades. If the cut is torn or bruised, you’ll slow down the healing process.
A STIHL hedge trimmer‘s blades stay sharper for longer. All you should need to do to maintain the sharpness is spray it with STIHL’s resin spray.
If your blades are looking like they need a little extra TLC, be sure to take it in for a sharpening service at your local STIHL store. It’s quick, cost effective and will lengthen the life and effectiveness of the tool.
Autumn is the perfect time to feed your lawn. You’ll have noticed the grass growth has slowed a little, mainly due to the cooler nights, but it should still be growing well thanks to the day’s warm weather.
Use a slow release lawn food to encourage a stronger root system and thicker blades. This process will rejuvenate a tired lawn to ready them for the onset of cool winter weather.
Giving your lawn a regular cut (once every 3 or 4 weeks) at no lower than 2.5cm high will put it in good stead for winter, where grass grows much slower.
STIHL have teamed up with leading horticulturist Darren Kerr to create six easy to follow weekly projects that will get your garden looking amazing! Michael and Carlene Duffy from popular DIY TV series, The Block, took on the week-by-week transformation projects to show just how easy it is to get your garden into shape this Spring using quality STIHL garden power tools.
Week 1 – Initial clearing, tree trimming and shaping watch the video
Week 2 – Shrub and hedge trimming watch the video
Week 3 – Weeding, Aerating, Enriching and Planting watch the video
Week 4 – Lawn Rejuvenation watch the video
Week 5 – Lawn Maintenance watch the video
Week 6 – Pressure Cleaning, Hard Surface Facelift and Shredding Garden Waste watch the video