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Our Current Promotions!

Landscape Design is our specialty, so let’s make your yard the best that it can be!

For the Do-It-Yourselfers  we offer a free drawing and estimate when you bring in pictures of your property complete with measurements and a description of the sun conditions. This offer comes with 10% off of your total purchase of shrubs when you buy at least 5 of the shrubs suggested!

We are also offering $25 off of your purchase of $120 or more on Evergreens and Trees!

These offers cannot be combined.

A Lawn Program To Trust

Lawn Program

March 1st- May 15th

  • Aerate lawn- use a power rake, spiker, cavex rake
  • Re-seed where necessary
  • Apply high nitrogen fertilizer
  • Apply lime every year (average rate 25lbs per 1000 sq. ft.)
  • Apply crabgrass control (if not re-seeding)
  • Apply grub control
  • If using the Scotts 4 Step program for seeding pick up an extra bag of Step 4 to fertilize in April before putting Step 1 down on May 1st.

April 15th- May 30th

  • Apply weed killer (if weeds are present)
  • Check for fungus (apply fungicide as a preventative or as a curative control)

June 1st- July 1st

  • Apply fertilizer
  • Apply insect control (for chinch bug, sod web worm, and lawn moths)

August 1st- September 15th

  • Apply weed and crabgrass killer

August 15th- October 15th

  • Aerate lawn
  • Re-seed where necessary
  • Apply fertilizer at a heavy rate
  • Apply chinch bug killer (only if insects are present)
  • Apply grub control

October 15th-November 30th

  • Apply fertilizer at a heavy rate

Notes to Keep Your Lawn at Its Best:

  • Grass should be cut at least once a week at an average heights of 1″ to 2″. Clippings must be caught or cleaned up the same day.
  • Watering should start when first warm weather comes, usually in May. Make sure to water after a week of no rain. Deep waterings are the best for an established lawn, usually 1 to 3 times a week. Newly seeded lawns should be watered twice a day, lightly so that the seed does not wash away.
  • Thatching should be done at least once every 2 to 3 years to remove buildup of thatch. A power rake does a fine job in removing the thatch.

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A Thank You To Our Customers

Eisele’s would like to extend a very big Thank You to all of our customers who joined us at our annual sale this past weekend!

What a way to kick off our 80th season with the best prices we can offer to our amazing customers.

Thank you to everyone who came out on the slightly chilly Saturday morning and we hope to see you as the days get warmer.