Ants can carry several times their own weight, so they could simply drag it away. Of course, if they wait until tomorrow, it will probably have blown into someone else’s yard anyway.
Every year, without fail, there is a big wind just after the one-day whump of mulberry leaves. Never have to rake them up.
Real ants would cut it up, store it in an underground chamber, and grow mushrooms on it.
I blow them out of my way. In the spring my landscaper comes and cleans it all up.
Try owning a home in the middle of a National Forest, leave’s? I’ve got plenty,no point in even trying to do anything with them, it would take an army of men month’s to clean up just a small piece of my property in the fall.
Got a match?
I rent, so no raking. Yay me!
Call in your Leaf-Cutter cousins. Now it’s free to call anywhere in the world. But don’t call Pittsburgh or Somalia, they’re a bunch of pirates.