Our Premium Potting Soil is a blend of compost, mendo peat, gypsum, pumus, poultry manure, and rice hullls. Commonly used for household plant and contained gardening. Excellent top dressing for raised beds.
Due to variations in color and texture in natural products, we recommend that you see the material at our location prior to ordering.
Bamboo plants are perfect for screening along fences to block out neighbors. Bamboo is a great choice for privacy screening because it can be used in narrow areas and small yards. Get tips on the type of bamboo plants to use and tips on planting bamboo.
Charlie provides some tips to getting the designer look at home, starting from when you first see plants at a nursery, through to how they look in the garden. He’ll pull out the details to show you how and why it works, plus some clever yet overlooked design details that you could try at home.
BeeGreen Operations Manager, Brian Fuentes, guides us through the process of turning everyday wood waste materials into new colored mulch (red, brown, or black). Clean wood waste (free of paint, stain, and any treated wood waste TWW) is converted to colored mulch through our Rotochopper FP66 high-speed grinder (with colorizing unit).
There are many options when it comes to mulch in a vegetable garden. I've used quite a few mulch types over the years including grass clippings, hardwood chips, straw, pine straw, and a few others. This year I am using just three types of mulch in the vegetable garden, two of which came absolutely free! Here's a short look at the three types of mulch I'm using for my vegetable garden.
What does Mulching do for your garden?
Mulching your garden keeps the moisture in the soil for longer periods of time and is essential at moderating water loss. Moderating water loss helps with cracking tomatoes. Organic mulches will break down over time which will feed the soil and improve it's quality. Mulch also is great for weed control!
Essentially you have three awesome benefits with mulch: