Yesterday evening, we installed Patriot Bermuda Sod on two baseball fields at Bentley Park in Bixby as a way to give back to the community, and support a local park and youth sports.
Immediately after installation and first watering.
Next afternoon after the maintenance crew from City of Bixby cut in around the bases and baselines.
We will post some pictures again after a couple of weeks once several watering sessions have taken place to show the progress.
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Easton Sod Farms will be closed Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, 2016. We will reopen for business on Tuesday, May 31. For your convenience, our stores will stay open until 6pm on Friday, May 27, to give customers an extra hour to purchase products for their weekend landscaping projects. Thank you for allowing us this time to spend the holiday weekend with our families.
This weekend is the Annual BBQ’n Blues Festival hosted by the Rotary Club of Bixby at Washington Irving Memorial Park – 137th/Memorial in Bixby. You can enjoy the festivities on Friday, May 6 from 5pm-11pm and Saturday, May 7 from 10am-11pm. Our Bixby sod store is open on Saturday from 8am to 3pm, so please stop in and say hello on your way to the festival.
All the rain we have had since Sunday is a great drink for the sod, but at the same time, hinders business for the sod farm. With standing water in our sod fields, we will have to wait several days after the rains end before we will be able to get our equipment onto the fields to commence cutting and hauling sod. In the meantime, we have mulches, fertilizers, and seeds available in our stores. We appreciate your patience during this time and thank you for your loyalty.
All Easton Sod Farm locations are open on Saturdays beginning today, April 2, 2016 from 8:00 A.M. to Noon for the Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons.
Come see us for all your landscaping needs.
Sent in from one of our drivers who caught an eagle on camera in one of our fields collecting some broken pieces of Bermuda sod this morning: