Bagged Materials

From decoative mulch and stone, to all kinds of important materials to help with your soil, we have it all!

Decorative Mulch

Western Shredded Cedar  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Cyprus Mulch  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Cocoa Beans  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Deep Forrest Brown  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Sierra Red  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Large Decorative Bark  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Medium Decorative Bark  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Small Decorative Bark  —>  2 Cubic Foot Bags

Decorative Stone

American Heritage  —>  1/2 Cubic Foot Bags

Lava Rock  —>  1 Cubic Foot Bags

Grey Slate  —>  1/2 Cubic Foot Bags

Pea Gravel  —>  1/2 Cubic Foot Bags

Western Sunset  —>  1/2 Cubic Foot Bags


Top Soil – 40 lb. Bag – 3/4 Cubic Feet

Topsoil is the upper, outermost layer of soil, usually the top 5–10 inches.

Cow Manure – 40 lb. Bag – 3/4 Cubic Feet

Manure slowly releases nutrients into the soil that plants can easily absorb. Manure contains nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and micro-nutrients, which are important for plant health.

Potting Soil – 40 lb. Bag – 3/4 Cubic Feet

Potting soil, also known as potting mix or miracle soil, is a medium in which to grow plants, herbs and vegetables in a pot or other durable container.

Purple Cow Organic Potting Soil –

1.5 Cubic Foot Bags

Organic potting soil is made from natural, organic matter like bat guano, worm castings, compost, or manures. It does not contain any chemicals or pesticides.

Purple Cow Organic Compost –

1 Cubic Foot Bags

Compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Food scraps and yard waste together currently make up more than 30 percent of what we throw away, and could be composted instead.

Miracle Gro Potting Soil –

1 & 2 Cubic Foot Bags

MiracleGro® Potting Mixes contain a blend of sphagnum peat moss, aged bark fines, perlite, plant food, and a wetting agent. MiracleGro® Moisture Control® Potting Mix also contains coir (coconut husks) to help protect against over and under watering. MiracleGro® supplies an enormous amount of nitrogen for plants so that they grow big, bushy, green, and fast.


Perlite is used in soil mixes (including soil-less mediums) to improve aeration and modify the soil substructure, keeping it loose, well-draining and defying compaction.


Vermiculite is well-known for being an effective growing medium. Commonly used in compost formulations with coir or peat, it creates ideal conditions for plant growth. It improves aeration of the soil, promotes a consistent release of added fertilizer and improves moisture retention of the soil.

Lawn Lime – 40 lb. Bag

Lime is a soil amendment made from ground limestone rock, which naturally contains calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate. When lime is added to soil, these compounds work to increase the soil’s pH, making soil less acidic and more alkaline.

Gypsum – 40 lb. Bag

 Gypsum is a natural soil conditioner made up of calcium and sulfate that provides many useful benefits to small and large gardens alike. Gypsum Can help break up your compacted soil (allowing water and nutrients to flow through soil easier).

Peat Moss – 3 Cubic Foot Bags

Peat moss is an important component of most potting soils and seed starting mediums. It holds several times its weight in moisture, and releases the moisture to the plants roots as needed. It also holds onto nutrients so that they aren’t rinsed out of the soil when you water the plant.