Lawn-joyment

noun | the particular joy which comes from having a beautiful green, weed-free lawn

At Crown and Blade

WE BELIEVE The Beauty of God’s Creation is for His Glory and our Enjoyment

WE BELIEVE Healthy lawns:

  • Make homes and communities more beautiful
  • Are more fun to play on
  • Create environmental benefits

WE BELIEVE There are two groups of people who enjoy healthy, great looking lawns:

  1. People who love to spend time with family and friends in activities in their yard.
  2. People who appreciate a great looking lawn that fits their house, landscaping and neighborhood.

WE BELIEVE Everyone appreciates the special feeling that comes when experiencing wonderful service.

All this leads to our two driving passions at Crown and Blade:

  1. Delight you with our customer service!
  2. Make the grass greener on your side of the fence!

Our team strives to deliver on these commitments each and every day so we can increase your level of Lawn-joyment!

Our Roots

Our roots run deep in the lawn care business. Paragon Landscape has delivered lawn fertilization services since 2003. In 2015, these services were separated out to form Crown and Blade for the purpose of building a dedicated lawn fertilization team and organization servicing the Fort Wayne and Northeast Indiana markets.

Our licensed and trained lawn care professionals are ready to help you.

Our Committment to You

We Commit To So You
Provide Attentive Customer Care Know we listen and care
Use Premium Products Have assurance it will be effective
Free Service Calls Understand we stand behind our work
Utilize Licensed and Trained Staff Can be confident in who you are dealing with
Not Using High Pressure Sales Tactics Are comfortable making an informed buying decision
Transparent Billing Only pay for what you agreed to

Isn’t this the way all services should be performed?

Service Offerings

Lawn Fertilization and Weed ControlLawn Fertilization and Weed Control

We have specific fertilization programs formulated to create:

  • Improved thickness and green color
  • Quicker recovery from summer stresses
  • Increased tolerance to diseases and pests
  • Environmental benefits

The University of Purdue Extension authorities claim:

"In short, dense, healthy, properly fertilized lawns require fewer pesticides to manage weeds, diseases and insects. Lawns receiving periodic fertilization also help protect water quality by substantially reducing water runoff and potential soil losses."¹

Our lawn programs include weed control (for broadleaf weeds).

Establishing New LawnsEstablishing New Lawns

Beginning a new lawn on a new home site can be challenging for a number of factors – the soil, the type of grass seed, the time of year and proper care during the germination stage and early life of the plant. Some homeowner’s have such poor results from the wrong combination of these factors that they will entirely tear out and replace their existing lawn after a few years.

We have developed a specific process for establishing new lawns. We come alongside and advise you in the process. Then we will begin a fertilization, nutrient and weed control program designed specifically for the first year of a lawn before transition to your normal fertilization program.

Lawn Pest and Disease ControlLawn Pest and Disease Control

A healthy lawn is the first and best step for preventing lawn pests and diseases. Periodically, though, a lawn may experience specific attacks. We can diagnose the problem and apply the proper treatment to solve the problem.

Flea and Tick ControlFlea and Tick Control

Do you have pets that spend time outdoor in your lawn? We provide specific applications to control fleas and ticks and help protect your pets.

Perimeter Pest Control

Perimeter Pest Control

We provide a routine service of spraying around the exterior perimeter of your home up to four times per year. This creates a barrier that keeps bugs where they belong – outside of your house!

¹ Fertilizing Established Cool-season Lawns: Maximizing Turf Health with Environmentally Responsible Programs by Cale A. Bigelow, Jim J. Camberato and Aaron J. Patton, Purdue Agronomy, August 2013