About Lawn King
Your local yard and garden experts right here. You're good to grow!
For almost 40 years, we have been a family-owned garden center and nursery in Corcoran, Minnesota.
We offer residential landscaping design and installation, grading and fresh-cut sod. We are also known for our premium-quality Christmas trees and flocked trees.
Monday - Friday: 8am to 8pm
Saturday: 8am to 6pm
Sunday: 9am to 5pm
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Botrytis blight or gray mold is a fungus disease which infects annual and perennial plants. Botytris infections are favored by cool, rainy spring and summer weather. It can be very damaging when rainy weather continues over several days. During wet … Continue reading
Our extremely popular Christmas planters are back this year! They sell as quickly as we make them, so you must act fast — or call to reserve them. All of our Christmas planters are made on-site, by our super talented … Continue reading
The top 6 reasons you should shop for your real Christmas tree at Lawn King. 6. All of our premium Christmas trees are hand-selected for the highest quality and grade. 5. We are one of the ONLY Christmas tree sellers … Continue reading
Make a statement this holiday season with a real flocked Christmas tree. We wire and flock all of our Christmas trees on site — so you can either hand-select the tree you would like flocked, or tell us the type … Continue reading
As you are preparing your garden for winter, remember to label your plants. Flowers will disappear from sight, so make sure you label them with what they are and where they are. It’s also important as you are planting bulbs … Continue reading
Perennials that are not winter hardy here in Minnesota need to be dug up in the fall and stored indoors for the winter. Caladium Dig up caladiums when the foliage droops and turns yellow or wait until after the first … Continue reading
The end of the outdoor growing season does not have to signal the end of your tropical plants. If you have well-lit indoor space, you can overwinter some tropical plants. Plants such as hibiscus, bougainvillea, mandevilla, palms, cannas and banana … Continue reading
Why Plant in Fall? From mid-August to mid-October air temperatures and warm, moist soil make it an excellent time to plant. Plants only need about 6 weeks to establish themselves before the ground freezes. Plants, trees, and shrubs planted in … Continue reading
At this time of year it is really important to: Keep your pumpkin plants watered. Pumpkins and squash require 1 inch of water from rainfall or irrigation each week. Keep an eye out for powdery mildew. Powdery mildew starts out … Continue reading
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