Hardgoods and Bulk Garden Materials
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Premium Hardwood Bark Mulch
A natural mulch that is used underneath trees and in shrubs. Hardwood Mulch helps the soil retain moisture for longer, and smothers weeds. Although with any mulch you will still have to weed. Sold by the cubic yard
Commonly used as decorative pieces or walls. Sold by weight.
Tilled into a bed when creating a new garden area, and is spread as a mulch over perennial gardens. Compost is a natural fertilizer that loosens the soil, and nourishes the plants. Compost your beds every 1-2 years. Sold by the cubic yard.
Comes in many sizes depending on use. Great for flagging (large thick pieces) and steppers (small pieces). One of the best materials for patios that allow water to permeate instead of run off. Durable and naturally slip-resistant that will last. Sold by the pound.
Pulverized Top Soil
Topsoil is used to raise a bed when it is too low, and is needed to fill in areas where large shrubs or trees have been taken out. Used around the house to solve drainage issues. Sold by the cubic yard
Cut Eden Wall Stone
A sedimentary rock consisting mainly of calcium carbonate, deposited as the remains of marine animals. With time and pressure, this forms limestone. Snapped for consistent depths and hand-selected for graded height; Often used as decorative walls, retaining walls and bed dividers. Sold by weight.
Uses for loose DG include landscape mulching, garden paths, patios, play areas and sports courts. Since it is not a solid surface, loose DG provides excellent drainage. Sold by the bucket or pound.
Superior concrete pavers that come in a large variety of sizes, styles, and colors.
Common for decorative ground cover, used in flower beds, gardens, and other areas in place of mulch. Sold by the pound
Clay brick pavers offer astounding design possibilities that can make your property stand out. Clay’s innate earthy appeal and strength makes it the perfect material for outdoor spaces as well as indoors.
New York Bluestone
Bluestone is a dense, hard, fine-grained, quartz/feldspathic sandstone of Devonian Age, which is easily split along bedding planes. Bluestone has been used for sidewalks, curbing, countertops, patios, fireplaces and a host of other structural and decorative uses. Not as desirable in our climate can crack. Sold by pound.
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Hardwood Bark Mulch
A natural mulch that is used underneath trees and in shrubs. Hardwood Mulch helps the soil retain moisture for longer, and smothers weeds.
Mushroom Compost is tilled into a bed when creating a new garden area, and is spread as a mulch over perennial gardens. Compost is a natural fertilizer that loosens the soil, and nourishes the plants. Compost your beds every 1-2 years.
Potting Soil is great for the container garden you’ve been wanting to plant. It is a lighter blend that has a slow release fertilizer and will not compact like topsoil after being watered.
Worm castings contain highly active biological mixture of bacteria, enzymes, and remnants of plant matter. They help hold moisture in roots, so you don’t have to water as much. They help rejuvenate houseplants when added to pot. 1/4 cup to a gallon pot.
Pine Bark Fines
Pine Bark Fines are the needles from pine trees. It airates and loosens soil for those plants that like a dryer environment. You may mix Pine Bark Fines into soil and use it as a mulch.
Peat Moss can be mixed in with your soil at a ratio of ¼ to the amount of soil it will be mixed into. It is an excellent product to blend in with that hard-to-dig-in clay in your backyard.