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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|

Central Florida Residence, Save Money by Buying Mulch In Bulk!

Homeowners in Central Florida face many challenges when it comes to their landscape. Whether it’s the intense summer heat, the torrential downpours, or a small budget, mulch can help solve many problems. Here are some common landscape issues where mulch can help Intense Summer Heat Our beautiful tropical climate can make keeping our landscape costly [...]

April 25th, 2018|

Central Florida Pine Mulch & Landscape Rocks & Stones, Spring Sale!

Thinking about getting outside this weekend and working in your landscape? Mulch is a great and affordable way to freshen up your yard. But there are many types of mulch on the market, what kind should you choose? Pine bark or stones? What color will look best, red or natural chocolate? White marble chips or [...]

April 16th, 2018|

Organic Pine Mulch or Stones, Save Money by Buying in Bulk!

When was the last time you applied a fresh layer of mulch to your Central Florida landscape? Over time organic mulch breaks down, even rocks a stones need refreshing. The sun, wind, and normal wear and tear, can make mulch look worn out. Fresh mulch is an easy way to give your landscape a makeover [...]

April 9th, 2018|

Mulching Your Central Florida Landscape, Keep These Things in Mind

Landscaping is a very important aspect of any Central Florida home or business. So much so, that it can increase property value by 14%. When compared to interior remodeling projects it has a much higher return on investment. When it comes to beautifying your landscape, there are many options, from organic pine mulch, red and chocolate [...]

April 2nd, 2018|

Spring Sale on Central Florida Landscape Mulch & Stones

Mulching is very important here in Central Florida. Not only does it make your landscape look amazing, it also has several benefits, especially around trees. Including insulating the roots against the extreme heat, provides protection from animals, pests, and damages from the lawn mower, as well as reduce weed growth. As a renowned supplier of [...]

March 25th, 2018|

What Type of Mulch is Best for My Central Florida Landscape & Garden

With all the talk about water conservation and the cost of water rising, makes many Central Florida homeowners wondering how they can reduce their water use in their landscape and garden. Applying mulch is one of the best ways you can conserve water outside and protect your investment. Mulch retains moisture, protecting the roots from [...]

March 17th, 2018|

Save on Central Florida Landscape Mulch, Stones & Soil, Delivery Available

Spring is a great time to get outside and start making the landscape and garden look beautiful. While there was over 117 million Americans who participated in some type of gardening activity last spring, a good number of them neglected the health of their soil. And were greatly disappointed when plants didn’t grow like they [...]

March 9th, 2018|