Our 1-1/2" River Stone is harvested from dry river beds across New England. Naturally smooth, this free-draining stone is perfect for use in water feactures, decorative drainage swayles or in pathways where berefoot pedestrain traffic occurs.
Our most popular Mulch, this color enhanced Hemlock bark blend has a Natural Red look that lasts. Along with a crisp edge on your beds, this mulch will really show off your yard.
BROWN SPRUCE-FIR BLEND
For the most Natural-looking color on your planting beds, try our Brown E-blend. This bark mulch is a blend of Eastern White Pine and other softwoods color-enhenced with a natural earth-tone dye.
3/4" CRUSHED STONE
A free-draining stone crushed from native NY granite. A great affordable choice for foundation drip edges, parking areas or any number of drainage uses.
The screened leam we sell at our shop is the same soil that we use on our lawn installs.
Screened down to 1/2", this topsoil is great for either lawn repair or new lawn installations.
Garden Soil is a 50/50 blend of compost and 1/2" screened loam. It has good soil structure an moisture-retention properties for vegetables gardens or new lawn installations.
3/4" CHUSHED BLUE STONE
A decorative free-draining stone that dresses up along your fourndation or in planting beds as a subtitute for bark mulch.
BLACK SPRUCE-FIR BLEND
Some folks just dont like the color red. Our
black Mulch is a blend of softwoods colored with a natural dye. Black mulch is a subtle way to bring out the greens in your shrubs beds.
Concrete sand is a coarse grade of sand that is used as a bedding sand for concrete
paver patios and walkways. It can also be used in cncrete mixing applications.
Sometimes called "processed gravel" or "roadbase", this sand-stone mix is a compactable
material used to create a stable base for retaining walls and patios. Great for driveway parking areas too.
Our 2 years nutrient-rich compost is made
from organic matter such as decomposed
plant material. Compost is used to improve
soil structure, supply a variety of nutrients
for plants, while adding valuable microbes to the soil.