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Central Florida Mulch & Stones Sale!

Planning a landscape project here in Central Florida? Don’t forget the mulch! This simple component is key to a beautiful landscape and healthy plants. But with so many different mulches on the market today, it can be difficult to choose the right one for your project. Red Mulch Red mulch is very popular here in [...]

July 10th, 2018|

Central Florida Landscape Projects, Organic Pine Mulch, Rocks, Stones

It may take just a small landscape project to add beauty and value to your Central Florida home. According to SmartMoney, these quick upgrades can raise your property value significantly. You don’t need to redo the entire design or have an expensive upgrades to add rich value. Unassuming projects, such as a focal garden, adding [...]

July 2nd, 2018|

What is the best mulch for Central Florida

Mulch has so many benefits, the best one for your situation will have the aesthetics and functionality, that fits your needs. There are several types of mulch each with their own advantages. No matter which one you choose, it is important to mulch Central Florida gardens, flower beds, landscape plants and trees. Mulch does so [...]

June 24th, 2018|

Orlando, Winter Garden, Clermont Pine Mulch & Landscape Rocks

Mulch is simply amazing! Not only does it add valuable curb appeal to your Central Florida yard, it helps make your plants grow. Gardeners have found the magic of mulch can make their flowers and vegetables healthier and more productive. It's just like in a forest, trees shed their leaves, which fall down to the [...]

June 17th, 2018|

Landscape Rocks & Pine Bark Mulch, Buying in Bulk & Have it Delivered

Deciding whether to use organic pine mulch or landscape rocks in your Central Florida yard or garden can be difficult. They both have their pros and cons, but do you really need to choose or can you use both. A practical and beautiful solution, use both rocks and organic pine bark mulch in the same [...]

June 9th, 2018|

Delivery of Bark Mulch, Rocks & Stones in Central Florida

Whether you want a bountiful vegetable garden, a beautiful flower bed, a tranquil walking path, or a landscape that will turn heads, there is one ingredient you can’t do without, mulch. The Right Mulch has Many Advantages Combats Weeds This time of year weeds are plentiful. Between the heat and rain, they can easily take [...]

June 1st, 2018|

Why Purchase Mulch in Bulk Instead of Bags in Central Florida?

There is no doubt, there are many benefits for using mulch in your Central Florida landscape. But that still leaves the questions, what type of mulch to use and where to buy it. You can purchase bagged mulch from just about everywhere. From the big box store to the grocery and gas station. But is [...]

May 25th, 2018|

Central Florida Landscape Dry Creek Bed Rocks & Stones

Dry creek beds are all the rage here in Central Florida. And why not, they add amazing curb appeal, look natural and create a relaxing environment. They are also a great solution to a drainage, slope, or erosion problem you may have on your property. Constructing a dry creek is easier than you think First, [...]

May 17th, 2018|

Affordable Central Florida Natural Stones & River Rock Mulch

Why are river rocks becoming so popular? Sustainability, not only are they environmentally friendly, they come in a variety of colors and sizes to enhance your landscaping. Then there are the many advantages of stone mulch, reduces weed growth, lower maintenance, wind resistant, prevent erosion, protect plant roots from the heat, helps keep the soil [...]

May 9th, 2018|

Where Does Your Mulch Come From? For a Limited Time Save 10%

Everything organic, such as pine mulch has a ‘shelf life’. Similar to the vegetables we eat, mulch comes from a living source. Like anything, once it is removed from a plant or their growing environment, it starts the decomposing process. Organic mulch is no exception, it is perishable, especially in Central Florida’s hot humid climate. [...]

May 2nd, 2018|