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  Lawn

Establishing a new lawn?

Enriched Top Soil: Provides an economical, enriched growing medium for sod application. The compost in this product promotes root growth and development.

4-way: Compost blend of topsoil and sand for lawn and multipurpose planting.

Refurbishing existing lawn?

Manure Compost: This top dressing will increase the soil's organic matter, fight fungus and insects, and will suppress weed growth. Apply 1/4 inch to lawn surface and water.

Turf Dressing: A blend that's 40% sand and 60% compost which is best for leveling lawns. The sand helps to loosen hard black clay for better water penetration. Apply 1/4 to 1/2 inch compost to existing lawn.

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Vegetables and Fruits

Garden Soil: A weed-free growing mix for establishing a new garden or building the soil base in an existing garden.

Manure Compost: Revitalizes existing soil. Till 1-3 inches of compost 4-6 inches deep to revitalize nutrient depleted soil in vegetable gardens.

Double Shredded Native: This product is an economical way to reduce weeds and mud in the walkways of row gardens. Apply 3-4 inches for weed suppression.

Nursery Mix: Designed for container-grown fruits and vegetables.
This soil mix will increase moisture capacity and decrease root rot.

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Roses and Azaleas

Rose Soil: A special blend made for acid loving plants. It is blended for the plants' lower Ph needs.

Manure Compost: Revitalizes existing soil. Till 1-3 inches of compost
4-6 inches deep to revitalize nutrient-depleted soil in rose and azalea gardens.

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Xeriscape

Red Cedar: Provides a nice color contrast against evergreen plants in xeriscape bed, and helps repel certain insects. Good color contrast.

Granite: This product is used like mulch for walkways and as a cover for cactus gardens. When packed tightly it offers good traction.

Texas Blend Rock: Large and small, round and smooth, these river rocks with varying earth tones are used as a topping for bedding. It's also good for drainage.

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Trees and Shrubs

Container grown trees and shrubs

Nursery Mix: Designed for container-grown trees and shrubs only.
This is an all purpose mix designed for native plants and trees, such
as oak trees, sage, bougain-villeas, etc. This mix will increase moisture capacity and decrease root rot.

Potting Soil: This mix promotes root growth and is a fine soil product for one to three gallon containers. A soil free mix that helps to drain excess water, apply 1/2 inch of mix and water.

Planting New Trees and Shrubs

4-way: A compost blend of topsoil and sand for lawn and multi-purpose use. It's the best mix to establish a solid foundation for growth.

Established Trees and Shrubs

Composted Mulch: This mulch can be worked into the soil after the season, and offers great nutritional value to the soil.

Mulching: Great to keep roots cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Also helps conserve moisture. Limits stressing on plants.
Pine Bark Mulch
Red Mulch
Black Mulch
Hardwood Mulch
Premium Hardwood Bark Mulch
Pine Bark Nuggets
Cedar Mulch

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Flower Gardens

Existing or New Flower Beds

Composted Mulch: This mulch can be worked into the soil
after the season, and offers great nutritional value to the soil.
It's rich, dark hue provides a perfect contrast for bright flowers
and plants
.

New Flower Gardens

4-way: Compost blend of topsoil and sand for lawn and
multi-purpose use. It's the best mix to establish a solid
foundation for growth.

Garden Soil: A weed-free growing mix for establishing a
new garden or building the soil base in an existing garden.

Double Shredded Native: This product is the most economical
way to reduce weeds. It also acts as an insulator, keeping the
roots warmer in cooler weather and cooler in the summer. For
best results, apply 3-4 inches.

Red Cedar:
The cedar oils in this mix help to repel certain
insects. This mix has a nice aroma and is more acidic, so
flowers love it.

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