(for filling in deep lawn areas) Limestone-based soil from local farmland that we process, breaking it up, raking it out, removing large rocks. Small stones and dirt clumps remain after we process it. The customer will have to 'work' the topsoil to remove approximately a quarter of a wheelbarrow of debris per cubic yard. This soil is good for applying to deeper areas.
(for lawn re-seeding) Limestone-based topsoil from local farmland and mushroom soil, that we process through a soil sifting machine. The ratio of topsoil to mushroom soil is 3/4 topsoil to 1/4 mushroom soil. Some small stones will remain after the sifting process. The soil is especially good for re-seeding.
(for raised beds) This soil is a mixture of our sifted topsoil with mushroom soil and leaf compost. The ratio is ½ topsoil, ¼ mushroom soil, ¼ compost. This is good for making new beds.
(for adding to existing soil) Decomposed animal manure, animal feed (i.e., cornhusks), and straw which is well-aged, so it has turned into soil. Being very high in nitrogen, it should not be used straight because it will burn plants if not mixed with topsoil. It has a strong odor, which disappears once it has settled (a few days). The recommended ratio is 2/3 top to 1/3/ mushroom soil.
this is a subsoil, a mixture of soil, rocks, and clay.
(for adding to existing soil) This is screened, aged leaves that have been decomposed and shredded. Now a soil, it is similar to peat moss. No odor.
single-shredded. This mulch is especially good for pathways and playground areas. This mulch, which forms a nice, light mat, comes from ground trunks of trees (without the bark or limbs). Since it is not aged, it does not decompose, lasts long, and makes less “dirt” than tanbark.
Available in black and brown. This is a dyed triple shredded mulch. The dye, made from naturally-occurring colors in the earth's surface, are nontoxic to plants and animals. It will maintain its color for at least a year.
FOR BEST RESULTS DO NOT INSTALL THIS MULCH UNLESS IT HAS TIME TO DRY COMPLETELY BEFORE RAINY WEATHER.
this tanbark is a mixture of tree bark, leaves, and wood that has been aged to a dark brown and fades more quickly than the premium tanbark.
this tanbark is a mixture of tree bark, leaves, and wood that has been aged to a dark brown and fades more quickly than the premium tanbark
triple-shredded. This tanbark is made entirely of tree bark, with no wood or leaves added, and will remain its dark brown for a long time.
trees that have been chipped, including the limbs, we rake them out and remove big pieces. This is great for play areas, gardens, pathways, banks, and outer beds. It is not recommended for beds close to the house because it has not been aged.
used as a layer on top of newly seeded areas.
sharp-edged (not round) limestone, that has a light gray tint, not pure white.
yellowish cream, sharp edged (not round) stones, good for flower and shrubbery beds, and walkways.
finely-crushed limestone for walkway/patio bases.
for driveways or patio/walkway bases. It is a mixture of stone dust, 1B gravel and 2B gravel.
for driveways or patio/walkway bases.
fine in texture. (This is not a play sand.)
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