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Mulch & Compost

Mulching the garden properly can make the difference between a thirsty, weed-infested plot and a verdant, healthy paradise that’s the envy of the neighborhood. We're here to guide you to the right amount, quality, and type of mulch and compost for your garden space. * Note, we prefer a natural approach. We encourage composting first and foremost. We do not install color dyed, chemical treated or synthetic mulch, nor do we install rocks (unless you want a rain or rock garden specifically) Most people think putting rocks in the landscape is lower maintenance. We are here to tell you that, long term, it is not. In fact, it is much more difficult to manage in the future. 90% of our customers are those who have gotten rocks or pebbles in the past and have come to regret it now.


  • We prefer the use of organic leaf compost as mulch. It has little to no odor, promotes healthier plant growth, holds a more consistent temperature throughout, and costs less money than traditional mulch.

  • We only mulch small and medium volume areas measuring little more than 1500 sq. ft. with a 2- 4" depth depending on the overall goal.

  • We install rock for specified rock or rain gardens only

  • We mulch small home landscapes

  • We mulch garden beds of nearly any size.

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