Lawn & Garden "Gardening is a Family Adventure"

Stop By For A FREE Vegetable Planting Chart

For your Vegatable and Flower Gardens we have:

* Vegatable Seeds we weight   

* Vegatables Plants and Flowers 

* Fafard Potting Soil

*  Natural Products to fight bugs and diseases

For Your Lawn

* Grass Seed

Fertilizers and ?

* Our own Blend, “The Stuff”

* Lime

* Gypsum

* Cow and Chicken Manure

* Mushroom Compost

* Potash, Nitrogen, Phosphate




  • Potash, Nitrogen and Phosphate
  • Pick up a soil test bag and Clemson will test your soil for $6.00

Wildlife Planting

Here’s some good advice.

grainIf you are planting pure small grains or ryegrass in the same food plots year after year and want to get by as cheaply as possible, buy re-cleaned feed seed that has been dated for the current year. Otherwise, if you are mixing in any clovers or if you expect high production, disease resistance, reseeding, or a perennial stand (where weeds can be a real problem), stick with certified seed of a proven variety.  Good luck with your wildlife food plots!



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November is an excellent time to plant trees and other wildlife plants. A few suggestions: Sawtooth Oak, Apple, Crabapple, Persimmons, Wild Plum, Dogwood, Hawthorne, Honeylocust, Honeysuckle.

January through April
Now is the best time to put out salt and minerals mix for deer. This time of year is when they really need it for larger racks and all-around better health.

February and March
If you want to plant a deer plot this time of year – Winter Hardy Oats, Arrowleaf and Red Clover.


  • Austrian Winter Peas
  • Cloverseed
  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Wheat


  • Browntop Millet
  • Buckwheat
  • Clover
  • Hay Grazer
  • Iron & Clay Peas
  • Peredovik Sunflowers
  • Soybeans