Bulk Materials


Mulch can be used almost anywhere. However, mulch is more useful around tree trunks and around the soil of new plants.

Mulching is a very important step in growing healthy plants. Mulch helps to conserve moisture in the root ball of the new plant until the roots have grown out into the surrounding soil. Mulch also helps to prevent tree trunk injury by mowers and trimmers. Newly planted trees require a circle of mulch 3 to 4 feet in diameter. Mulch entire beds of shrubs, trees, annuals, herbaceous perennials and ground covers.

  • Double Shredded Hardwood

  • Dyed Brown Mulch

  • Dyed Black Mulch


Screened Topsoil

Soil that has been processed through a hammer mill screen. No large rocks or roots you will have no waste using this soil.

Bed Mix

This is a special blend of sand, organics, and soil; the ph runs between 6-6.7 Note: great for enriching existing soil.

Fill Dirt

Fill dirt is earthy material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation. Fill dirt has little soil organic matter or biological activity. It may also contain sand, rocks, and stones, as well as earth.

  • Bed Mix

  • Fill Dirt / Clay

  • Premium Screened Topsoil


Landscape / Drainage

  • #57 River stone
  • #1+2 River stone
  • #3+4 River stone

Driveways / Patios

  • #57 Limestone
  • #9 Limestone