Autumn leaves in my spring garden...
I don't know what happened last autumn, except that the weather was strange in some way, but there is a solid coating of maple leaves (primarily) coating my corner garden. Raking would be time consuming and exhausting (I have MS), and I'm not altogether sure of what a leaf blower would do, other than force them further into the corner.
I read an article suggesting vacuuming them, and I suppose that might work if I secured a large trash bag to the chute, except that the leaves are considerably larger than the intake, ditto for the shop vac (honestly, I never would have thought of that one...).
As I mentioned before, I suffer from Multiple Sclerosis, so the less trial and error I have to do the more likelier I am to get something, anything, actually done.
Thanks for your help!