Exploring the Benefits of Purchasing Soil for Sale


In the world of gardening and landscaping, soil plays a crucial role. It's the foundation of healthy plant growth, providing nutrients, water retention, and a home for beneficial microbes. If you're embarking on a gardening project or looking to enhance your landscape, considering purchasing soil for sale can be a game changer. Here's why. Quality and Variety Purchasing soil for sale gives access to a wide range of soil types, each with its own unique properties and benefits.

28 December 2023

Mulching Your Vegetable Beds


Growing your own vegetables can be incredibly rewarding, particularly if you actually manage to grow a tomato, and mulching your vegetable beds can help you get great results by optimising your plants' environment. Mulching can prevent the soil from drying out, protect plant roots from exposure to high temperatures and supress weed growth. There are many different types of organic and inorganic mulch and some are better for vegetable beds than others.

16 June 2023

Four Lawn Problems Cylinder Mowers Can Tackle


Cylinder mowers use two blades spinning opposite each other at the top of the machine. One blade has a sharp edge that cuts the grass while the other blade doesn't cut anything but creates lift and keeps the cuttings trapped between them within a cylinder (hence the name). The cylinder rotates as it works so you don't have to do any pushing or pulling when you mow; all you need to do is guide it along its path

10 May 2022

3 Benefits of Planting Bare Root Fruit Trees


If you've decided to plant fruit trees in your garden, then you can choose between buying trees grown in a container or ones with bare roots. While you might think that it's better to buy trees with soil around their roots, bare root trees have their advantages. What are they? 1. Get Better Results Container trees don't always transplant successfully into gardens. They sit comfortably in their container soil, but they can get stressed when you plant them out.

19 July 2021

Mulling Over Mulch Delivery? Your Essential Mulch Selection Guide


You need mulch for your garden or landscape, but which one fits your needs? While there are only two main types of mulch — organic and inorganic — there are plenty of options to choose from under either category.  To get the decision right the first time, keep the following points in mind. Organic Mulch Any kind of material that decomposes over time when used as mulch is referred to as organic mulch.

17 September 2020

Insight Into Choosing the Right Mulch Delivery Services


Have you recently inherited a property, but the lawn or garden look beat up? Given, you need to improve the appearance of the landscape, especially if you are planning to settle on the property. Apart from investing in the right plants and grass, you need mulch, and in the right proportion. However, with so many gardening supplies stores selling and delivering mulch to clients, it can be challenging to find what is right for your landscaping needs.

22 August 2019

A Guide to Landscape Supplies


Creating your landscape is a tedious but fulfilling activity. This excerpt discusses the various landscaping supplies you require when planning to transform your compound into a beautiful landscape.  Garden supplies  For your garden, you will require trees, shrubs and grass. A landscaper can help you choose the best plants for your climate. Below are a few tips to help you. Conduct a soil test to determine the pH of the soil.

26 March 2019

Growing Up—Things to Consider When Planning a Vertical Garden


A vertical garden is exactly what it sounds like—an area of plants, such as flowers, herbs or vegetables—grown upwards rather than across a piece of land, either against a wall or in a free-standing structure. The advantage over a traditional garden is that a vertical garden allows a lot of plants to grow in a small space. However, there are a few rules you will need to apply in order to get the most from your vertical garden.

23 July 2018

Splitting Logs? Don't Let Those Offcuts Go to Waste


When you receive a delivery of logs, you might need to split some or all of them. Even if they're pre-split, the logs are sometimes too big for your requirements, especially if you're using them in a small wood-burning stove rather than a large fireplace. The trouble with splitting logs is that it can leave you with quite a few small chips and offcuts of wood. Most people just leave them on the ground where they fall, but you can waste quite a bit of your firewood by doing this.

26 January 2018