Create a new garden. Revitalizing your current
one. Upgrade a patio or pathway.
No order is too small. If you don’t see what you’re
looking for, we will do our best to locate it for you.
These products can have multiple uses. All products
listed in this section are suitable for any sized project.
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Products may vary from different suppliers. Product descriptions are
only a rough guideline. Product effectiveness will vary according to
location, type of
soil and correct application. For more information, please contact us.
A mix of peat and
fish compost, heat baked and contains no weeds. For use as top
soil in your garden.
Premium Garden Soil
Better suited for
existing gardens with pour drainage. Contains organic compost from green bins
and kitchen waste, as well as river sand.
Approx. 85% natural earth and 15%
organic compost, this product is ideally suited for new gardens and is best for
Approx. 65% soil, 15% organic
compost and 20% sand. This product has not been baked and may contain weeds. It
is slightly lower in cost than the ‘Garden Soil.’
Features soil and sand usually at a 50/50 mix. When
available lawn soil, containing loam soil and bedding sand. Lawn soil is lower in cost than the lawn soil with compost.
Lawn Soil with Compost
This product is
designed for grass
to grow at it’s best. A lawn soil mixed with approx 50% organic compost and 50% sand.
Nursery Soil (Recycled from
This is not a heavy soil as it
contains a mix of expanded clay pellets, charcoal, and perlite. Best used for
hanging baskets, window boxes and planters.
Is 100% compost from green bins (yard and kitchen waste).
Composted fish by-product and wood fines from forestry waste.
This product is rich, dark and doesn’t have a strong odour. Certified organic. Chemical and weed free.
Certified fish compost and sawmill waste. This product is rich, dark and doesn’t have a
*For more information on organic
compost, manure and other soils click on the link below:
'The Organic Materials
Review Institute (OMRI) is a national nonprofit organization that determines
which input products are allowed for use in organic production and processing.'
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Bark Mulch is a great asset to any
garden. Here are some examples:
Moisture – laying
mulch over your garden’s soil helps plants battle dry spells and reduces the need
Insulation – mulch
provides protection for the soil during the winter’s cold and summer’s heat
Insects –oils from
the wood can act as a natural pesticide
Garden – visual appeal offered in a variety of sizes, textures
- Hemlock and Fir Bark Mulch
- Hemlock and Fir Bark Mulch (No
- Hemlock and Alder Bark Mulch
Good to know:
- Each product has its own pleasant
and distinctive aroma.
- Hemlock has a reputation of being a 'sliver-free' mulch, making it easy to spread, and safe around children.
- Cedar is cited as having the ability
to deter insects, which dislike the strong cedar aroma. This can assist in keeping pests from your plants. A good choice to spread near house foundations.
- Mulches are slow
to decompose. After spreading an initial layer of about 3 inches in the first
year, you'll probably only need a light layer to freshen up the look of your
yard the following year.
- Hemlock is known to contain a high
level of nitrogen, an essential plant nutrient, that nourishing your soil as
Disclaimer: Product colours may vary.
Natural bark will appear darker when wet, lighter when dry. All wood products
will fade with time, depending on exposure.
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Bedding Sand (coarse)
A coarse, general purpose sand.
Great for drain trenches, sand bags, and underneath
paving stones. Can be mixed to create concrete or with top soil for lawns.
Masonry Sand (fine)
When paired with cement, masonry
sand is for grouting or brick laying. This clean sand works well
under pools and in sandboxes.
For more sand products, please visit our Construction
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