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Products Offered

Fill Dirt

Fill Dirt

Fill dirt is the layer beneath topsoil in a garden or landscape made of broken down rocks, sand and clay. It does not have good fertility for plants to grow, as it lacks the organic matter. Used to level uneven surfaces, fill holes, and for drainage.

Top Soil

Top Soil

The top layer of soil containing organic matter that provides fertility for plants to grow. Promotes healthy growth and retains moisture. Our topsoil is screened and top quality.

Asphalt Millings

Asphalt Millings

Made out of recycled asphalt pavement. Mostly used for driveways and parking lots.

Crushed Stone

Crushed Stone

3/4 inch crushed rock. Available in a variety of colors and sizes. Call for more options.

Mulch

Mulch

Organic mulch is made up of deconstructed trees and shrubs as well as other natural materials. Mulch is used to hold moisture within the soil, suppress weeds, and keep the ground cool. Comes in a variety of different colors.

Sand

Sand

Sand can be sprinkled or spread, layered or tiered, and also acts as a great planting medium for certain plants due to the light and free draining growing environment. Also used for above ground or semi-inground pools.

Flagstone

Flagstone

Large, flat, sedimentary stones typically used as stepping stones or pathway stones. Flagstone is large sheets of rock that is chipped into smaller sheets creating beautiful mosaics. Variety of sizes and colors available.

Belgian Block

Belgian Block

Belgian Block are extremely large rectangular or sometimes cubical shaped pieces of stone can be upwards of 10 to 12” in length and height. They are typically made of granite and used for paving, borders and a wide variety of landscaping projects such as retaining walls and garden beds.

River Rock

River Rock

Gathered from river beds, these stones have been rounded and smoothed by nature. They come in all sizes, and a variety of colors. These stones are typically used for drainage, erosion control and landscape design.

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