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We carry a wide variety of gravelmulches and soils for all your landscape projects. Please call for pricing.

Material is ready for PICK UP and DELIVERY.

Gro – Max – Garden Soil
Top Dressing Soil
Mulch – Pine – Black
Gravel – 3/4 Drainage stone
Limestone Screenings
HPB interlocking stone base – Brick
Pea Gravel
Concrete Sand
Play Sand
Decorative Stone
Beach Stone / River Rock (2-4” , 3-5” )


  • Limestone Screening- for laying patio stones and interlock.
  • 3/4” clear- for drainage and ground cover under decks over filter cloth and French drains.
  • Granular “A”- for base prep material under asphalt and interlock before application of limestone screening or sand.
  • Pea stone- for decoration or drainage material ( easier on pets paws).
  • HPB (High Performance Base) Self-compacting material for under interlocking stone and patio stones.
  • 1-3” Beach Pebbles – Decorative
  • 2-5” Beach Pebbles Decorative
Assorted Mulch
  • Shredded Natural Pine Mulch – for Decoration, moisture retention, weed inhibitor.
  • Black Enhanced Mulch Decoration, moisture retention, weed inhibitor.

Variety of Garden Soil

  • Triple Mix Topsoil
    • Nutrient rich and moisture retentive
    • Improves soil structure
    Top Dressing Soil

    *Great for filling in low areas of your lawn and adding nutrients.


Bagged Soils

  • Promix
  • Potting soil
  • Garden Soil
  • Top dressing soil
  • Planting soil
  • Peat Moss
  • Vermiculite (triple mix)
  • Perlite

Bagged Mulch

  • Shredded Pine
  • Pine Nuggets
  • Cedar
  • Red Enhanced
  • Black

Bagged Gravel

  • 3/4 Drainage stone
  • Limestone Screenings
  • HPB (High Performance Base) for interlocking stone base
  • Brick Sand
  • Sand – Play Sand
  • Pea Gravel

Bagged Decorative Stone

  • Beach / River Stone – various sizes
  • White Marble Chips – various sizes
  • Red Crushed Brick
  • Pea Gravel

*All items while quantities last. Subject to availability. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Images are for illustration purposes only. The text prevails over images. Although we strive for accuracy in both copy and illustrations, errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any errors.


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