Grow Your Own Food!

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Is growing your own food important to you or your family? It is to us! Let’s get back to the basics and eat food you know exactly where it came from, your garden!

We have everything you need for a successful growing season. Garden soil, compost, all natural fertilizers, organic insect and fungus sprays.

Here is a list of edibles we have in stock!

Veggie Starts: Artichoke, Peppers, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Snow Peas, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Zucchini, Onions & assorted herbs.

Berries: Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry, Boysenberry. 

Fruit Trees: Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries.

Small Fruits: Kiwi, Fig, Grape.



Free Delivery Available!!

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FREE DELIVERY in Oak Harbor for full loads of bark (20 – 22 yards) & blended soils (15 yards) 

FREE DELIVERY to Anacortes between 8:30 to 2:30 Monday – Friday **Times May Vary** on full loads of  bark & blended soils

See Retail Price List 2017 for prices on all bulk products.


(See:2017-bulk-delivery-pricing) Please give a 24 hour notice on all deliveries. All purchases are C.O.D. unless established credit exists. All pricing is subject to change. *Delivery to curb line, not responsible for damages beyond curb line.

Great New Product -Mulch Lock-

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Mulch lock is a non-toxic, environmentally safe glue that keeps mulches and rocks in place. The glue dries clear and still allows water and nutrients to flow through to the roots of plants while making it tough on weeds to grow up. No more losing your mulch and rock to wind and washouts or having it end up on your lawn or patio! Mulch Lock also preserves barks and mulches from erosion by using UV inhibitors to retain it’s natural look and color. We sell Mulch Lock in a ready to use spray unit ($39.99) and a concentrate ($26.99) which both cover 1,500 square feet. 

UPDATE:Found my new favorite product! We used the Mulch-Lock on 3/8 minus that surrounds a flagstone walkway and on the bark beds next to the 3/8 minus. Very solid, everything is staying right in place. No more sweeping!” – Steve M.

 mulch lock