Locations
Alerts
My Notifications
Order by phone 1-800-210-2370

Tag: Lawn Care

How to Get Rid of Creeping Charlie Weeds

Learn how to get rid of Creeping Charlie with Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Ortho. Creeping Charlie, also known as ground ivy, is a common weed found throughout the Midwest. The aggressive weed thrives in wet, shaded areas and can easily take over your entire lawn. It’s a low-growing weed with scalloped leaves – it’s part of the mint family and its vines grow quickly. With some regular maintenance, you(…)

5 Easy Tips for the Perfect Lawn

Get the perfect lawn with these five easy tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. With spring approaching, it’s time to start getting your lawn ready for warmer weather. If your lawn took a beating this winter, there are some simple ways you can get your grass looking greener and healthier. Trust your lawn & garden experts and get the perfect lawn with these five easy tips from Blain’s Farm &(…)

5 Easy Fall Lawn Care Tips

Get your lawn ready for winter with these five easy fall lawn care tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Once fall rolls around, it’s time to get your lawn ready for the winter months. If you’re not sure where to start, we’re here to help. Follow these five easy fall lawn care tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet to get your lawn ready for winter. 1. Get Rid of Leaves(…)

What To Know Before You Plant Grass Seed

Find out what you need to know before you plant grass seed with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Tired of looking at bare soil? The first thing you should know before you plant grass seed is that not all grass seed is created equal. You want to look for grass seed that has been evaluated and rated by the The National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP). The NTEP is a cooperative effort(…)

10 Reasons to Lay Grass Seed

Whether you’re reseeding your lawn or starting a new one, here are 10 reasons to lay grass seed. There are more reasons to lay grass seed than simply starting a new lawn. From repairing bare spots to fixing a thin lawn, grass seed can be used for all sorts of lawn repair. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can get your lawn looking like new again. Read(…)

How to Winterize Your Lawn

Learn how to winterize your lawn with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. in the fall, your grass may look like it’s snoozing but when you get to the root of things, you’ll discover that there’s a lot going on beneath the surface. The roots are preparing a food reserve to last through the winter. If you feed your lawn now, while Mother Nature is turning out all those(…)

How to Prune a Shrub

Learn how to prune a shrub with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Pruning shrubs will help them grow and blossom fuller. Learn how to prune a shrub and get your lawn looking its best. Before you begin pruning shrubs, read through our article about pruning trees and shrubs to learn about the benefits of routine shrub care and maintenance. How to Prune a Shrub: 1. Before you start(…)

How to Prune a Tree

Learn how to prune a tree with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Keep your lawn and trees looking great by learning how to prune a tree. With the right equipment and a little know-how, you can keep your trees happy and healthy. Before you get started, read through our article about pruning trees and shrubs, and the benefits that come with the common lawn care task. How to(…)

How to Fertilize Your Lawn

Learn how to fertilize your lawn with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you want your lawn to be lush and green all summer long, then you’ll want to create a healthy lawn maintenance schedule. It’s easy to do and you’ll be surprised how a simple fertilizing program can keep your lawn looking green all season long. Fertilize your lawn with these simple instructions from Blain’s Farm &(…)

How to Use a Lawn Edger

Learn how to give your lawn a clean edge with a lawn edger from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Make your lawn and your garden beds look smooth and picture perfect by using a lawn edger. Routine lawn edging also helps keep grass roots from invading your sidewalk and/or driveway. Whether you’re using a gas-powered edger or a manual one, you can achieve straight, defined edges with your lawn and garden.(…)

×

Please Wait

×

Please Wait