GRASS SEED 

  • All of our Grass Seeds our perennial and sold by the pound.  One Acre is 43,560 square feet.  Fifty pounds of grass seed covers 10,000 square feet. 

Kentucky Blue Grass
Kentucky Blue Grass
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Shade Mix
Shade Mix
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Double Eagle Rye
Double Eagle Rye
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Metro II Sun & Shade Mix
Metro II Sun & Shade Mix
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EZ LAWN

EZ Lawn is a new lawn and repair mix. It includes a starter fertilizer that boosts seed germination, Sun and shade grass seed mix, and a controlled mulch that 

enhances the water holding capacity and helps keep the product in place.  Ideal for sloping landscapes.  EZ Lawn covers 500 square feet and is 35 pounds. 

Fertilizer 

  • All fertilizer labels have three numbers. These numbers represent the percentage of each primary nutrient found in the package. The first number is nitrogen (N); the second is phosphorus (P), and the third potassium (K). They are always listed in this order. The simplest way to explain what each ingredient is as follows:  

    • Nitrogen is used for producing quick growth and color. 

    • Phosphorus aids in root development and increases bloom size (high phosphorous fertilizer should be used on new ornamentals).

    • Potassium is an essential plant nutrient and is required for proper growth and reproduction of ornamentals.  

EZ Lawn
EZ Lawn
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Lebanon Fertilizer with Bifenthrin
Lebanon Fertilizer with Bifenthrin

17-0-5 This products kills and controls surface insects such as ants, centipedes, fleas, leafhoppers, millipedes, mole crickets, chinch bugs, ticks, chiggers, weevil, armyworms, billbugs, cutworms and mealy bugs, while supplying a complete feeding. For best results apply June thru August or when insects first appear. Covers 10,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Pre-Emergent with Fertilizer 14-0-7
Pre-Emergent with Fertilizer 14-0-7

This product is a pre-emergent herbicide. When applied, it helps to prevent crabgrass and broadleaf weeds including barnyard grass, bluegrass, carpetweed, chickweed, foxtails, goose grass, henbit, Johnson grass, knotweed, panicum, pigweed, purslane, speedwell and spurge, while supplying a complete feeding. This product should be applied prior to weed germination and is not be used on newly seeded lawns. For best results use early April thru May. Covers 10,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Garden-Tone 3-4-4
Garden-Tone 3-4-4

All natural organic fertilizer formulated specifically for vegetable and herb gardens. Garden-tone provides the nutrients necessary for vigorous and productive plants. For best results use on established plants monthly May thru August. New seedlings 7 - 10 days after plantings.

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Healthy Start 3-4-3
Healthy Start 3-4-3

Natural organic food for flowers, turf and vegetable gardens. This fertilizer can be used at any time of the year to add organic nutrients. Covers 2,500 square feet.

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Ornamentals 14-14-14
Ornamentals 14-14-14

Basic fertilizer for trees, shrubs and flowering plants. This product provides a four time longer release then quick release fertilizer. Normal feeding will last three to four months. For best results apply twice a year - spring and fall or as needed. Forty pound bag. Covers 7,000-10,000 square feet.

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Dry Roots 3-3-3
Dry Roots 3-3-3

This product is a special blend of nutrients formulated for established or new plantings, turf, flower beds and vegetable gardens. Roots formula contains organic composts and other plant supplements. Roots help prevent transplant shock. Do not apply if heavy rain is expected. Can be used as a top dressing or mixed with soil. For best results use throughout the year when planting. Twenty five pounds. Covers 3,125 square feet.

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Starter Fertilzer 14-20-4
Starter Fertilzer 14-20-4

Designed to promote root growth and color on newly seeded lawns. For best results use April thru May or late September thru October. Covers 15,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Spring Fertilizer 25-0-6
Spring Fertilizer 25-0-6

Designed to promote root growth and color on established lawns, without weeds. Should be used early spring. Covers 12,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Weed & Feed 18-0-4
Weed & Feed 18-0-4

Controls a wide variety of broadleaf weeds including buttercup, chick wood, chicory, clover, daisy, dandelion, morning glory, plantain, poison ivy, poison oak, ragweed, spurge and thistle - while supplying a complete feeding. The best time for application is late spring or early summer, when weeds are actively growing. Covers 13,800 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Trifluralin 5G
Trifluralin 5G

This is a pre-emergent herbicide for control of annual grasses including barnyard grass, bluegrass, crabgrass, fescue and foxtail. In addition it controls broadleaf weeds, including chickweed, knotweed, pigweed, purslane and thistle. Apply before or after planting, but prior to weed germination. This product does not control established weeds. For best results use April thru May and end of August thru September. Covers 20,000 square feet.

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Summer Fertilzer 18-0-3
Summer Fertilzer 18-0-3

Designed to promote root growth and color on established lawns - without weeds. For best results use July thru September, when temperature is below 82 degrees. Covers 10,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Fall Fertilizer - 18-0-3
Fall Fertilizer - 18-0-3

Designed to promote root growth and color on established lawns - without weeds. For best results use August thru October when temperature is below 82 degrees. Covers 10,000 square feet, fifty pound bag.

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Plant-Tone 5-3-3
Plant-Tone 5-3-3

Natural organic food for all plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, lawns and vegetables. Slow feeding release, as well as environmentally safe. For best results use twice a year on trees, shrubs and plants. Feed flowers and vegetables monthly throughout the growing season. Covers 1,000-2,500 square feet, 50 pounds.

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Lime - Hi Cal Pelletized
Lime - Hi Cal Pelletized

Lime is used to raise the PH levels in the soil. Some indicators that lime may be needed include the presence of excess moss and weeds in your garden or lawn. Another sign that you need to raise soil PH levels is when fertilizer doesn’t seem to be doing its job. The best time to lime is in the fall. The application should not be done when you are treating your lawn for anything else. Covers 10,000 square feet.

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Holly-Tone 4-3-4
Holly-Tone 4-3-4

Natural organic food for acid loving plants such as evergreens, hollie, dogwood, fern, hemlock, azalea, junipers and rhododendrons. Slow feeding release, as well as environmentally safe. For best results plants should be fed twice a year - spring and fall or as needed. Covers approximately 1,000-2,500 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Crosscheck - 0-0-7 Insect Control without fertilizer
Crosscheck - 0-0-7 Insect Control without fertilizer

This products kills and controls surface insects such as ants, centipedes, fleas, leafhoppers, millipedes, mole crickets, chinch bugs, ticks, chiggers, weevil, armyworms, billbugs, cutworms and mealy bugs. For best results apply June thru August or when insects first appear. Covers 10,000 square feet, fifty pounds.

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Mallet
Mallet

To be used as a preventative for grubs, sod webworms, cutworms, mole crickets, billbugs, chinch bugs, weevil and beetles. For best results use late May or early June - before eggs hatch. Covers 10,000 square feet, thirty pounds.

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Acclaim
Acclaim

An herbicide used to control annual grass weeds such as different types of crabgrass. It can also be applied for control of grass weeds in a wide range of plants, shrubs, trees and flowers. Do not use on new plantings or new lawns. For best results use late May thru August when weeds are actively growing. 1 Pint makes 16 gallons.

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Roundup
Roundup

Roundup is a broad-spectrum post emergent herbicide used to destroy over 200 types of unwanted weeds, grasses, plants, flowers, shrubs and turf - after species has sprouted. Here is a list of ornamentals that Roundup destroy: barnyard grass, bluegrass, buttercup, chickweed, clover, crabgrass, dandelion, fescue, foxtail, goose grass, honeysuckle, knotweed, oxalis, rye grass, poison oak, poison ivy, ragweed, spurge and thistle - to just to name a few. Mix one packet with a gallon of water.

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Dylox -
Dylox -

To be used on existing grubs, sod webworms, cutworms, mole crickets, billbugs, chinch bugs, weevil and beetles. For best results use July thru early September when insects are closest to surface. Covers 10,000 square feet, 30 pounds.

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