There are a vast array of aggregates, soils and mulches available to use for your garden or landscaping project, each with their own characteristics and suitability.
Landscape/Shredded Topsoil: Shredded topsoil is a fine screened field stripped soil that is run through a shredding machine to create an even mix that is very easy to work with and rake, free of rocks, clumps and debris. It has a wide variety of applications including grading, filling low areas, and for under new sod.
Premium Triple Mix: Premium triple mix is mainly used in gardens, flower beds and for top dressing lawns. As the name implies, it’s a mix of 3 things, peat loam, sand, and manure/compost. Triple mix is ideal for to improve poor soil conditions or in the maintenance of existing lawns and gardens.
Premium Triple Mix
Planting Soil: Planting soil is created as a blend of shredded topsoil and triple mix. Planting soil offers the organic elements that are great for all planting jobs or applications – ranging from new planting and deep filled planters and more.
Pine mulch: Pine mulch is a red/brown mulch that darkens over time to a chestnut color. It’s an all-natural pine bark mulch that’s great for moisture retention and weed control. Pine mulch gives off a fragrant pine scent. It’s used frequently around trees and shrubs and is a heavier mulch, which keeps it in place. It’s recommended that that three inches be applied to prevent weed growth and Then topped up every one to two years.
Cedar Mulch: Cedar mulch is a light brown mulch that is produced from cedar bark. It provides an all-natural ground cover and is a great ground cover for plants, trees and shrubs, protecting them from extreme elements, while providing moisture retention and weed control.
Red Mulch: Red mulch is popular because of the way it enhances green and colourful plants. It has a rich red color that should not fade for about two seasons. The color is double dyed using organic coloring. Applications include weed control, improvement of soil moisture and moisture retention ability, weed prevention, protecting roots from the elements and general beautifying of outdoor space.
Black Mulch: Like red mulch, black mulch is colored with an organic colorant and is made with wood fiber. It offers all the same benefits as red mulch, including weed control, improvement of soil moisture and moisture retention ability, weed prevention, protecting roots from the elements and general beautifying of outdoor space. Its sophisticated look is often desired by professional landscapers who are looking for beautiful curb appeal.