Editor’s Picks

Updated Feb 20, 2013


Ornamental Elements

Kenneth Lynch and Sons’ ornamental metal and stone pieces add elegance to any landscape. This cast bronze sundial, 5-feet tall with a 48-inch diameter, displays decorative bands, which are cast complete with the ornaments to ensure longevity. Each sundial is assembled for the location it will be placed so it reads as accurately as possible.

For customers looking for an Asian motif, the cast stone Japanese lantern will light up their eyes. This lantern, 27-inches tall with a 22-inch diameter, is supplied in five pieces to be assembled on site and weighs 230 pounds.

Kenneth Lynch and Sons, which started some 300 years ago in Connemara, Ireland, is located in Oxford, Connecticut, and works with landscape architecture firms from around the country. Besides crafting sundials and statues, the company also makes benches, fountains, planters, pedestals and weathervanes.








Lift, dig and blow your work away in 2011 with these new products.


Takes on the dirty work

Weighing 34 pounds, the Mantis XP tiller/cultivator is designed to bust through sod and compact soils up to 10-inches deep on large properties. The tiller uses a 35-cubic centimeter Honda four-cycle engine to spin its serpentine tines up to 240 rpm.








Protect your hands

Made with synthetic leather palms, heavy-duty elastic cuffs with a Velcro closure, breathable spandex backs and rubberized grip pads on the palm and fingertips, Husqvarna’s XP professional gloves are designed to handle the toughest jobs. The gloves also have concealed interior seam stitching to prevent snagging.



Do some heavy lifting

For use in a variety of construction, agriculture, landscaping and utility applications, Case Construction Equipment’s pallet forks are designed for its skid steers and compact track loaders. The pallet fork assemblies are available with either 42- or 48-inch tines.






Multi-terrain tracks

Rubbertrax offers the non-metal core ASV Posi-Track and Caterpillar multi-terrain loader tracks. The light-weight track’s tread pattern provides traction, without losing floatation.








As fast as lightning

This feather-light knife is ready and able to handle most of your cutting chores. The SOG Flash I has a spring-loaded 2.5-inch blade that propels open with a flick of your thumb. The reversible, low-profile clip can be kept in the left or right side pocket for easy access.




Say goodbye to leaves

Billy Goat’s Force II leaf blower features 9-horsepower Subaru and 13-horsepower Honda engines with a self-propelled option, as well as a new single shot 16-blade, closed-face fan. The fan’s rounded housing eliminates air voids, decreases noise and increases output.

The Attachments Idea Book
Landscapers use a variety of attachments for doing everything from snow removal to jobsite cleanup, and regardless of how often they are used, every landscaper has a favorite attachment.
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