Depending on the size of your lawn. I would go around and rake them up into piles. Or if you have a leaf blower use it to blow them of the lawn or into a pile.
Not everyone does this, they will be too lazy and just mow over the cones. This is not a good idea. You will be sending your lawn mower to the workshop.
Not only do the cones damage the lawn mower blades. They can also make the lawn mower belt come of and your lawn mower will not go anywhere. Expect to the nearest repair shop (unless you can fix it yourself) and most people can't.
You can expect to pay quite a lot to have the lawn mower repaired. So save yourself the expense, and go around and check your lawn if you have a pine tree or trees.
Also if left lying on the grass they will kill the grass underneath where they lay and make your lawn look patchy.
There are all different species of this tree. Some drop there cones at the end of the winter. Some drop from the beginning of spring right up to the end of the summer.
The ones that drop from spring tend to be quite small in size and can be a nuisance.
So if you call someone to mow your lawn and you have pine trees expect them to spend time clearing the lawn up, As most lawn care services won't want to be damaging there lawn mowers.
Some lawn mowers cost a lot of money.
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