In the coming months we will be featured on WECT televison and on WECT’s Website. We will be providing information to our customers pertaining to renovating and installing and properly maintaining a sodded lawn.
We are gearing up for a wonderful spring planting season and will have many varieties of sod and a fresh delivery of long leaf pine straw and sable palm trees.
For those that love quality mulch we will also be receiving a large shipment of fresh chocolate mulch and weed free topsoil from Parker Bark.
Come on by and talk with us about your lawn renovation we are here to help!
Thanks to all of our customers. We appreciate the opportunity to provide outstanding products and service to our community.
We want to help you celebrate by offering a special opportunity to beautify your home and add value to your property while supporting local business.
From now until December 24, if you purchase 10 or more pallets of sod (ANY Variety) we will give you 5 – 50 lb bags of the appropriate fertilizer, or 20 Bales of Long Leaf Pine Straw or Ten Cubic yards of Chocolate mulch.
We also can customize a wonderful holiday gift certificate to give to the person that has everything but could use a little help with a new lawn or garden supplies.
Give us a call or stop by we really would love to help you make your yard more enjoyable.
With all of the generous rain we have received from mother nature this past summer in the Wilmington, North Carolina area on the Carolina coast, it makes for an easy transition for planting and growing SOD and PALM TREES.
We have been receiving many calls and letters from very happy customers that have come to us for our plethora of wonderful sod varieties and numerous fresh palm trees. They have been reporting 100 percent success with planting and installation throughout this past summer. This is a marked difference in what we experienced in this area last year when we were on the verge of drought.
To assist customers that are thinking about renovating thier yards please come and see us by August 30th and mention this blog post and receive a free bag of fertilizer with the purchase of at least 3 pallets of sod.
Please note that dormant sodding and planting palm trees from September through February is an ideal environment to spruce up an old yard. We invite you to come to our location at 7340 Market Street in Ogden behind the ReStore, to see all of the sod varieties as well as our wide selection of winter hardy palms.
Check back with us to see our upcoming video about fairy ring and other greass diseases.
Also we will be posting information about the best times to fertilize and apply pre-emergent weed control so that you can have the best yard in your neighborhood.
This lovely lawn was just planted 4 weeks ago in Wilmington
Got old tired grass? Come visit us for new Sod!
A Beautiful Stand of Palms and lovely Zorro Zoysia Lawn can be yours with our help!
We just purchased and installed a fantastic structure to store up to 600 bales of pine straw. The new enclosure keeps our Long Leaf bales fresh and dry and they are always bigger and cleaner than the competition.
This new facility holds up to 600 bales of the finest Long Leaf Pine Straw. With this structure we have plenty of air movement keeping our Long Leaf Bales fresh and dry. They are already the cleanest and the largest bales to be found in the Wilmington area.
Mulching season is here! We have been taking delivery of fresh mulch from our suppliers and we encourage our customers to place orders for mulch which we can deliver or you can come to our Ogden location to pick up.
The benefits of mulch to your landscape are many. Mulch as you probably know helps to minimize weeds. Mulch is also an inexpensive way to add curb appeal to your property and to make the contrast of a well groomed lawn really pop.
Some people like to mulch with pine straw which we carry and others like to use shredded bark. If you are unsure of the type of mulch to use in your landscape please send us an email or just give us a call and we will be happy to discuss your mulch needs with you.
Spring is the best time to mulch so you can make your yard attractive and to minimize the weeds so what are you waiting for?
We will continually have in stock 400 Bales of Fresh Long Leaf Pine Straw.
The 400 bales of Long Leaf Pine Straw will ALWAYS be fresh, will have air movement to provide for a dry environment which will maintain the maximum reddish color. As always leaves and sticks do not exist for 99% of our bales. AND THIS IS LONG LEAF PINE STRAW – NOT SLASH! THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE!
Superior Long Leaf Pine Straw
Spring is here!! Celebrate by getting out in your yard and making you envrionment the best it can be! Pine Straw is a fabulous inexpensive mulch and is easy to transport and install.
Stop in at Surperior Sod in Ogden to get you fresh pine straw.
If you need an order of 50 bales or more call us so we can make sure we have enough on hand and if we don’t we will get it for you ASAP!
Spring Arrival Sable Palms from 8 ft to 15 ft , booted and slick!
This wonderful species of Sabal Palm Trees is native to North Carolina, on Bald Head Island you can find them six to 8 feet tall. Bringing these specimens in from from Florida allows us to provide you with a quality Sabal Palm anywhere from 4 foot to 30 foot tall.
Call us at 910-443-0596 (Big Al) to select what you would like to make your landscaping truly magnificient and we will arrange for the installation. Prices start at $160.
Hi folks we are wanting everyone to know that sodding in the fall and through the winter is very fine. The sods will knit down until the soil temperature reaches a low of 47 degrees. It will require many cold nights for our soils here in Southeastern NC to reach that temperature. And even after that you can lay totally dormant sod (there is root activity) on soils that are even frozen. The sod will simply lay there – stopping the mud and dust from coming in your home and stopping any erosion. By mid April, the dormant sods will “wake up” and start showing new leaf growth. This is the time to fertilize as well. Do NOT apply a pre-emergent fertilizer for weeds until the following fall. Mowing will remove most winter time annuals and spring time weeds.