Scroll down to see descriptions of our miscellaneous products that make gardening easier!


Best-Selling Garden Gloves!

We offer a garden glove that protects your hands from scratches when trimming roses and keeps your fingernails clean while digging in the dirt. These gloves fit like a second skin, giving your fingers the ability to perform detailed tasks. You can even plant seeds while wearing these gloves!

These nitrile touch gloves are made from a nylon-knit liner with a nitrile coating that molds to your hand. The seamless nylon-knit liner is breathable, keeping your hands a comfortable temperature. The puncture-resistant nitrile coating protects your hands from cuts and scratches. It also provides slip resistance.

Our gloves, designed from quality materials, boast comfort and durability. You can wash these gloves in the washing machine, allowing you to keep them clean and reuse them often. People not only use these gloves for gardening, but also for other jobs such as mechanics, carpentry, etc.


Are you looking for an insecticide that rids your garden and yard of pests? Sevin Ready-To-Use 5% Dust has some amazing characteristics!

Versatile. Sevin Ready-To-Use 5% Dust kills more than 65 insect pests including stink bugs, earwigs, imported cabbageworm, Japanese beetles, rose aphids, and many more!

Fast. This product needs no mixing or measuring. All you need to do is dust your plants with it!

Proven. Sevin Dust has been around for a long time, successfully killing dozens of garden bugs.

Safe. When used as the label recommends, Sevin 5% Dust is safe for people and pets.

Tips for Using Sevin Dust Safely

  • Always read the label first!
  • Avoid inhalation of dust and contact with skin. Wear protective gloves when handling it.
  • Choose a calm day to apply Sevin Dust so you don’t get dust on yourself or waste it to the wind.
  • Keep people and pets away from the area you are treating. Give enough time for the dust to settle before you or others spend time in the treated area.
  • Start in the far corner and work backwards so you keep moving away from the plants already treated.
  • Don’t dust parts of a plant that you will eat less than 7 days before harvesting them. Wash fruits and vegetables well before eating them.What should you know about applying Sevin Ready-To-Use Dust?
  • Treat your plants when the first sign of insect damage appears.
  • Dust the parts of the plant that are infested. If bugs are eating the stems, treat the stems. If the insect is damaging the leaves, apply the dust to the leaves.
  • Apply in dry weather. If it rains too soon after application, the rain will wash the dust off and you will not get your money’s worth out of the product.
  • If you need to water your yard or garden, do it before applying the powder.Sevin Ready-To-Use 5% Dust may be the quick and easy remedy you’ve been looking for to maintain beautiful, healthy flower beds and garden!


    Sevin Read-To-Spray Bug Killer features a no mix, no mess bottle design. Fasten the garden hose to the bottle, and you are ready to spray those bugs right out of your garden.

    How to use the Sevin Ready-To-Spray Bug Killer

  • Make sure the control knob is OFF.
  • Shake the bottle well.
  • Fasten the garden hose to the bottle and turn on the water.
  • Aim the nozzle at the area where you want to apply the bug spray.
  • Turn the control knob ON.
  • Spray plants evenly, hitting the upper and lower surfaces, until they are thoroughly wet.This handy bug spray works for eradicating bugs in your fruit and vegetable garden, flower and ornamental garden, and lawn. It does not harm blooms on the plants and targets over 100 pests listed on the container label. 

    Always take precautions when handling bug spray. Pick a calm day and avoid contact with the spray. Spray when there is no rain forecasted for the next 24 hours so that the bug spray has time to do its job without getting washed away. 

    Keep pets and children away from the treated area until the spray has dried. And, as always, read and follow any instructions on the container diligently!


    A maze of secret tunnels is not exciting when it’s been made by busy little rodents in your backyard… 

    MoleGo Granules repel moles, gophers, voles, armadillos, skunks, ground hogs, ground squirrels, and other burrowing animals from your backyard. These granules work well on lawns, golf courses, athletic fields, and ornamental turf. 

    MoleGo Granules contain 10% castor oil. The castor oil does not poison the rodents; it repels them from the area because the animals do not like the castor oil. These biodegradable pellets do not harm plants. 

    Apply MoleGo immediately after discovering the presence of a tunnel-digging animal. Reapply if you discover new mounds or tunnels. Or, you can apply the granules in early spring, mid-summer, and early fall for year-round protection. 

    Use one pound per 500 square feet. Water the granules into the ground to release the castor oil and help it penetrate the soil. If you are not in a hurry, you can wait for the next rainfall to water the pellets into the soil for you. 

    If you live in an area where snow covers the ground in winter, you may only discover the mole damage after the snow melts in the spring. To prevent mole parties all winter long, apply the granules in late fall. Wait till after mowing season is over. Spread the granules evenly over the lawn in areas that are prone to rodent damage. 

    Burrowing animals not only make havoc in your lawn, they also eat flower bulbs and chew on tree bark. Keep your property beautiful with MoleGo Granules!


    Why Choose DeWitt’s 6-Year Weed-Barrier?

    DeWitt’s Weed-Barrier, also known as landscape fabric, helps you control those annoying weeds before they have a chance to get started. Environmentally safe, this polypropylene landscape fabric consists of a laminated, spunbond fabric. This type of material gives the landscape fabric extra durability. It provides better light blockage to discourage weeds from growing beneath the weed barrier while still allowing air and water to pass through. 

    The DeWitt landscape fabric is treated to save it from degenerating under UV light exposure. The non-woven design prevents unraveling when you cut the fabric to fit your project. 

    DeWitt Weed-Barrier is rated a cut above its competitor’s upper entry-level products. This 6- year fabric provides ideal short-term weed control for your annual plants. It weighs 1.5-ounces per square yard of fabric. 

    Oak Lane offers DeWitt Weed-Barrier in retail and bulk rolls so that you can choose the size according to the surface area of your project.

    Top Uses of Landscape Fabric

  • Most of us will not complain about spending less time weeding our gardens and flower beds. Although landscape fabric does not usually eliminate 100% of the weeds, it maintains much tidier gardens and flower beds with less work from you.
  • Landscape fabric saves on mulch. When the mulch rests directly on top of the soil, it decomposes more quickly and mixes with the ground. With a weed-barrier between the ground and the mulch, it slows this process, and your mulch lasts longer.
  • A quality landscape fabric not only allows water to pass through it, but it also slows the process of evaporation, retaining the moisture underneath the fabric. Plants thrive with this moisture retention.
  • Need a way to keep the weeds from growing under your deck? Put down landscape fabric, add some weight on top of it, and staple it down. How lovely to keep the ground clean under the deck!
  • Landscape fabric serves as a stabilizing layer beneath crushed rock or paver paths. It keeps the pavers or crushed rocks from sinking into the subsoil or being affected by frost heave.
  • Are you thinking of installing a paver driveway? Although landscapers do their best to prepare the ground, landscape fabric evens out any stresses that might come from the chance that the ground would settle.
  • Landscape fabric serves as a protective layer underneath water features such as ponds. When placed beneath a liner, it helps prevent punctures that could come from roots and sharp edges. It also allows gases to dissipate.
  • When you need to let water through but keep the soil out, landscape fabric becomes a handy filter. It can be used in trench drains, around a perforated pipe, and behind retaining walls.Landscape fabric keeps your landscape beautiful with its many uses. When buying landscape fabric, take a look at the product label to make sure you choose the right fabric for the job.