Ohh Snap! Here’s Why We May Not Have To Rake Those Leaves

Autumn’s fall foliage is a yearly highlight, but once the leaves fall, the charm fades.

But experts are now saying raking isn’t necessary because it can improve your lawn’s health because of the phosphorus and potassium leaves contain that can act as a natural fertilizer.

Not raking can be good for the environment as the leaves provide shelter for bugs and other creatures vital to the ecosystem.

Are you a person who rakes often during the fall or waits for the spring to rake it all up?