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Information Lawn Fertilizers & Garden Care at True Value From revitalizing your gardens and lawn to getting your new landscaping projects off on the right foot, lawn fertilizers and care products from True Value promote healthy growth and strong roots. Not only can lawn fertilizers and care products contribute to flourishing foliage, but accessories can make applying these treatments timely and safe. From lawn fertilizers and grass seed, to the sprayers and spreaders that distribute treatments consistently – True Value has the products you need to create a beautiful lawn. In addition to a comprehensive selection of lawn and garden care products, you can also benefit from the knowledge of your local True Value experts. Our commitment to making you a smart do-it-yourselfer doesn’t end there, as our Lawn Fertilizer Guide provides the tips and techniques to maximizing returns on our lawn fertilizers and accessories. Don’t put the potential of your home’s exterior on hold until next year. Order online today, and receive free Ship-to-Store service that allows you to pick-up your new accessories at your participating True Value hardware store. Getting your products in your hands not only keeps your growing season on schedule, but also allows you to enjoy the fruits of this rewarding hobby before you know it!

Lawn Care Tools

Lawn Fertilizers & Garden Care at True Value From revitalizing your gardens and lawn to getting your new landscaping projects off on the right foot, lawn fertilizers and care products from True Value promote healthy growth and strong roots. Not only can lawn fertilizers and care products contribute to flourishing foliage, but accessories can make applying these treatments timely and safe. From lawn fertilizers and grass seed, to the sprayers and spreaders that distribute treatments consistently – True Value has the products you need to create a beautiful lawn. In addition to a comprehensive selection of lawn and garden care products, you can also benefit from the knowledge of your local True Value experts. Our commitment to making you a smart do-it-yourselfer doesn’t end there, as our Lawn Fertilizer Guide provides the tips and techniques to maximizing returns on our lawn fertilizers and accessories. Don’t put the potential of your home’s exterior on hold until next year. Order online today, and receive free Ship-to-Store service that allows you to pick-up your new accessories at your participating True Value hardware store. Getting your products in your hands not only keeps your growing season on schedule, but also allows you to enjoy the fruits of this rewarding hobby before you know it!

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A long, extended “whippy” rod, a switch is brushed over the grass in a circular sweeping motion to remove the dew each morning and to help dry out the lawn—running a bamboo cane horizontally over the surface of the lawn can have the same effect. This action is performed to deter fungus and diseases, which thrive in moist conditions, and it is also beneficial since having a dry lawn makes mowing easier. An alternative popular tool to reduce damp fungal problems is a dew brush, which is also used to sweep the morning moisture off the lawn. Drying the lawn is particularly important in shady areas where the sun won’t dry the lawn naturally.

Lawn Care Tools

From revitalizing your gardens and lawn to getting your new landscaping projects off on the right foot, lawn fertilizers and care products from True Value promote healthy growth and strong roots. Not only can lawn fertilizers and care products contribute to flourishing foliage, but accessories can make applying these treatments timely and safe. From lawn fertilizers and grass seed, to the sprayers and spreaders that distribute treatments consistently – True Value has the products you need to create a beautiful lawn.

Lawn Care Tools

Turf Edger (Lawn Edger or Stick Edger): A half-moon-shaped steel cutting head, mounted to a hardwood handle, used to keep lawn edges neat.  You can use an edger  to cleanly separate a lawn from a walkway or other paved surface, such as a concrete sidewalk or asphalt path.  Edgers offer a more finished appearance than can be achieved by merely mowing over the border of the lawn and walkway, which frequently permits tufts of low-growing grass to hang over onto the walkway, resulting in an irregular or ragged appearance.  You can also use an edger to trim away excess sod when laying the sod along irregular lawn edges.

Lawn Care Tools

Lawn tools fall into three categories: Basic Tools to Own, Specialty Tools to Rent or Own (if you have the budget and space), and Tools to Rent (seldom used or take up a lot of space).  The recommendations assume average situations.  Your needs may differ.

Lawn Care Tools

In addition to a comprehensive selection of lawn and garden care products, you can also benefit from the knowledge of your local True Value experts. Our commitment to making you a smart do-it-yourselfer doesn’t end there, as our Lawn Fertilizer Guide provides the tips and techniques to maximizing returns on our lawn fertilizers and accessories.

A rake is usually a fan-style rake or a rigid tooth, lawn rake. They are great for inexpensively removing thatch, debris and leaves from a lawn. The act of raking is extremely under-rated. It's great exercise, environmentally friendly, and puts you in better touch with your lawn.

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Power Dethatcher:Gas-powered, this tool has heavy, metal tines that whip the lawn as you pass the machine over it.  Power rakes are great for removing light thatch and for prepping a lawn for overseeding.

If you don’t use a service for your fertilizer application, a spreader is a must-have tool. From fertilizer to weed killer – and everything in between – you’ll find yourself using this several times a year to achieve lawn greatness. The good news: they’re relatively cheap, simple to use and last for years. Check out our guide for tips on when and how to fertilize your lawn.

If you’ve always had a love of and knack for caring for your own lawn, you may already have enough maintenance equipment to get your business off the ground. But you may need newer, big­ger, and more powerful equipment. After all, this is a serious business you’ll be running, and serious businesses need serious tools.

This is the essential tool for any lawn. Different types are available, with rotary or cylinder blades, and some collect grass clippings as they go. Mowers can be gas-driven; more environmentally friendly types run on batteries or are push-propelled.

A neatly edged lawn is an attractive feature in the garden, and edging shears make trimming easy. Push the soil away from the grass edge, and then use the shears like scissors—only the cutting blade should move, while the other blade remains static.

Good for a variety of uses, a broom is a common garden tool. Using a stiff broom is one of the most effective methods of brushing top-dressing into the holes created by aeration (although brooms with softer heads should be used on finer lawns). Brooms are also useful for sweeping hard surfaces, like patios and paths, after lawn renovations, and for keeping the garden neat.

Often referred to as a witch’s broom, this is a useful alternative to a stiff broom since the coarse brushwood is effective for sweeping leaves off the surface of the lawn in fall, removing grass clippings after mowing, and sweeping top-dressing into the holes after aeration. Besoms are easy to make: tie brushwood (usually birch) to a sturdy wooden stick such as hazel, using string.

These wire-tined rakes are used to remove the dead pieces of grass at the base of the plants, known as thatch. They should be used to vigorously scratch at the surface of the soil and should be used twice, in two different directions (the thatch can then be gathered up using a wide-headed plastic rake). Spring-tined rakes can also be used to remove leaves from the lawn.

The right outdoor power equipment makes yard work much easier and less time consuming. To power you through winter, we’ve got a huge selection of top brand snow blowers, snow plowers, and ice melt products to keep driveways and sidewalks cleared and safe for passage. For year-round maintenance, you’ll find an unbeatable selection of electric or gas powered lawn mowers to make quick work of overgrown lawns, and weed eaters, trimmers, and chainsaws to dispense with unruly grass, weeds, or limbs all around your yard. And if you garden, we’ve got tillers to turn up the soil, and augers to dig post holes for a nice fence to protect plants or property from uninvited guests. Or, rent just the power equipment you need on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis from your local Home Depot Tool Rental Center.

The One-Stop Shop for Outdoor Power The right outdoor power equipment makes yard work much easier and less time consuming. To power you through winter, we’ve got a huge selection of top brand snow blowers, snow plowers, and ice melt products to keep driveways and sidewalks cleared and safe for passage. For year-round maintenance, you’ll find an unbeatable selection of electric or gas powered lawn mowers to make quick work of overgrown lawns, and weed eaters, trimmers, and chainsaws to dispense with unruly grass, weeds, or limbs all around your yard. And if you garden, we’ve got tillers to turn up the soil, and augers to dig post holes for a nice fence to protect plants or property from uninvited guests. Or, rent just the power equipment you need on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis from your local Home Depot Tool Rental Center.

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