Colored Red Mulch, Colored Brown Mulch, Colored Gold Mulch, Cedar Mulch and City Mulch;
We also offer:
1.5 inch Multi-Color River Rock
.75 inch Mountain Stone, 3 to 6 inch Multi-Color Cobble Stone
Black Stone Crusher Fines, Play Sand, Pea Gravel, Granite Road Base
Trees not supplied by ARS:
Types of Trees and When to Plant Them
Bare root trees: These trees are dug from the ground when they are dormant, stored in some moist medium, then shipped bare of soil. Because these roots are naked, plant these trees in spring when they won’t suffer winter injuries. But more important, plant these trees when you get them; the trick is to order correctly so they’ll arrive when they have the best chance to survive.
Container trees: These trees have been grown in pots or burlap wrapping, and have roots covered in soil. They’re not as delicate as bare root trees, so timing is not quite as important. Plant whenever your tree will have a couple of months to establish roots before extreme temperatures — hot or cold — will stress it.
Deciduous trees: Deciduous trees make the decision easy, because they tell you when they’re going dormant by dropping their leaves. Plant in fall, and keep them well-watered even through winter.
Evergreens: Plant these early fall or late spring — just about any time that doesn’t see extreme heat.
Conifers: These cone-bearing trees are particularly susceptible to cold weather because their needles lose moisture all winter even though the tree is sleeping. If you live in a climate where frozen soil prevents water from getting to conifer roots, plant in spring.
Transplants: Transplant trees in spring after the ground has warmed and before the tree sets buds, or in fall after leaves have fallen and before the ground freezes. Younger trees will endure transplanting better than mature trees, which don’t like the shock.
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