NutriMulch is a blend of native Maine bark and compost. It is non-dyed with a naturally dark, rich texture. It is “Nutrient Stabilized” which means the bark does not compete with your plants for nutrients because the compost feeds both.
It naturally decomposes so unlike traditional mulches, you do not have to remove it prior to next year’s application.
$69.00 per cubic yard
OraniGro is certified organic compost that is created from multiple sources of compostable inputs including yard waste, horse manure and bedding, food waste from cafeterias and supermarkets.
As it begins to break down, it enhances the soil with additional organic matter, robust microbial life, and long-term nutrients, specifically nitrogen in the the organic form.
It continually improves the soil over the long term. It is a fine texture that also can be used as a mulch.
It is brownish-red in color that is darker when wet.
$69.00 per cubic yard
NutriSoil is a blend of 50% Compost and 50% Screened Loam.
Screened loam is a blend of sand, clay, silt particles. Sand is for drainage and aeration, Clay holds onto roots, nutrients and water and Silt is smooth and powdery and provides balance. Compost adds diverse life to your soil and improves the nutrient content of loam.
$59.00 per cubic yard
1 cuyd @ 2" thick = 150 sqft
1 cuyd @ 4" thick = 75 sqft
1 cuyd @ 8" thick = 37.5 sqft
1 cuyd @ 12" thick = 25 sqft
6.5 cuyds per 1,000 sqft @ 2" thick
13 cuyds per 1,000 sqft @ 4" thick
39 cuyd per 1,000 sqft @ 12" thick
Sample of the towns to which we deliver include:
Beacon Hill, Belmont, Boston, Braintree, Brockton, Brookline, Canton, Cohasset, Dedham, Dorchester, Dover, Easton, Hanover, Hingham, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Needham, Norwell, Norwood, Mattapan, Milton, Medfield, Norwood, Quincy, Randolph, Roslindale, Scituate, Stoughton, Walpole, Wayland, Westwood, Wellesley, West Roxbury, Weymouth AND many others.
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Our goal is to support the soil with organic amendments. We have a complete collection of organic products for food, pest and disease controls that promote sustainable gardening practices.
Plants depend on our attentiveness for their nourishment. It does not matter if you are designing a perennial garden, planting window boxes, growing an herb and veggie garden or planting a tree for climbing, plant life cannot do well without your care.