A blend soil mixed with compost, made from composted food waste, brush and composted manures, sand and subsoil, zero in rocks and is 99% weed free, ready to plant grass and flowers beds and shrubs.
Triple mix is a combination of top soil, compost and peet moss and it's the universally accepted soil mixture. Use it for ornamental gardens, fruit trees, roses, evergreens - anything.
Black mulch is the darkest of the four and is midnight black. This mulch does a great job of creating contrast around the exterior of your home. Colored Mulches are made from ground wood, a more readily available material.
Double-shredded cedar with lots of hints of the read heartwood and golden in color. Great for animal pens due to its ability to help as a repellent for insects. Cedar mulches retain less moisture than other mulches, so it lasts longer and is good for paths.
High Performance Bedding is the branded name for bedding material used to provide drainage layer under slabs, retaining walls and pipe bedding trenches.
Type of stone dust. It is used as bedding for interlocking stone, flagstone and other natural stones. It is also used to make granular pathways.
This crushed stone helps with drainage and is found in many decorative colors and types of rock. It is commonly recommended for driveways, general landscaping applications, shrub beds and walkways.
¾” Clear is a crushed washed limestone. Used for drainage around weeping tile, as well as for decorative ground cover.
Mixed round and odd shaped stones with small amounts of sand or soil mixed in (it is a screen but not washed stone). This product is great and very popular for landscaping.
A washed, properly graded sand that is typically mixed with cement to make mortar. Other uses for this material include sand boxes and sweeping into joints of interlocking pavers.
A cubic yard is the volume of material which fits in a space one yard wide by one yard deep by one yard high.
Cubic yards are used to measure materials ranging from concrete to mulch for your garden.