Product Catalog

Use mulch to protect your garden from loosing nutrients and soil errosion. Available in red, black and brown.

Bark composted using colorant producing rich black colored mulch.

Bark composted using colorant producing rich red colored mulch.

Cedar has a naturally aromatic quality to it that many people find enjoyable. This pleasant scent has a hidden advantage in the fact that it acts as a natural insect repellant. Cedar mulch does not break down and decompose rapidly. This means less time and work replacing mulch each year to keep your flowerbeds and walkways looking clean and new.

White Marble Chips are a great way to retain soil moisture and prevent erosion. It can give your lawn the longest lasting ground cover while naturally preventing weeds.

Jersey Yellow Stone is typically known as pea gravel. Pea Gravel consists of small, smooth, rounded stones relatively similar to the size of a Pea. Pea Gravel is commonly used for walkways, gardens, and patios. Pea Gravel may also be used to accent an area of your garden or lawn.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Adding river rock to your landscaping not only adds charm but it also helps fight against weeds. Placing river rock around trees can add a lot of definition and laying rock around flower beds really showcases your flowers. Another way to utilize river rock in your yard is for drainage purposes.

Used for decorative landscaping, walking paths, and driveways.

Used for decorative landscaping, walking paths, and driveways.

Brown, tan, cream, coral and black blend with a lava rock texture. Beautiful accent to sidings, patios/walks and planting beds. This stone will create a look of woodchips.

Typically used for brick and block work, swimming pools, and sand boxes, Masonry Sand has many uses.

Small in particle size, this naturally rounded sand is good for pool liner sand, volley ball court sand, play boxes, and mason sand for thin coats and mortar. Though this sand is not known to compact.

A larger grit then Masonry Sand, conrete sand is washed and screened and ideal for cement and aggregate mixing to produce concrete.

Top Soil that has been sifted or screened to remove clumps, rocks, roots, sticks, and other debris, makes this soil great for gardening because it is easily mixed with potting soils, composts, and fertilizers.

Great for many landscape applications, Clean Fill Dirt can be soil, gravel, sand or clay. It is considered clean because it is free of contaminates such as corrosive, noxious or radioactive materials, making it a safe, universal use dirt.

Compost is made up of decomposed and recycled organic matter, often used in organic farming. Often rich in nutrients, makes for a great staple in gardening, landscaping, horticulture, and agriculture. Beneficial as a soil conditioner, fertilizer, and as a natural pesticide for soil.