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Comprehensive Landscaping Supplies

At Glencoe Landscape Supply in Glencoe, AL, we know how important your time is to you. That’s why we deliver our high-quality supplies right to your door. Dedicated to taking care of all your landscaping needs, we offer:

Masonry Sand

It is sand that has been graded and is better for building works. It can be used in cement, particularly for projects like swimming pools and concrete paving stones where the finer grain gives a more finished appearance. Its finer texture also makes it an acceptable replacement for beach sand in applications, like sand volleyball courts.

Concrete Sand

It is most commonly used to as a key ingredient in cement or hot asphalt, but can also be used as pipe sand or as a base layer and leveling medium for above ground pools, and patios, or walkways made of concrete paving stones.

Pea Gravel

Pea gravel is frequently used in playgrounds, pathways, and driveways because of how effectively it fills spaces and the visual appeal it provides. Using pea gravel for your pathway allows you to connect your landscape to your gardens and other areas. The pea gravel path is easy to install and maintain, and once the installation is completed you need only to spot weed seasonally. Pea gravel is also a more cost-effective method for driveways and walkways than asphalt and concrete options.

Red Rock

Red rock is the result of shale, sandstone, clay, and siltstone fired red by the intense heat from burning in old coal slag piles. It’s great for decorating shrubs and gardens because it is fade resistant, helps control weeds and reduces erosion.

Stack Rock

It is a great choice for fireplaces, chimneys, patios, stack stone walls, and home foundations to cover unsightly concrete, retaining walls and water features. Stack stone is very easy to work with, is sturdy enough for indoor and outdoor use, and can be chiseled and shaped for your desired fit. It can be stacked dry or with grout, mortar, or cement.

Black Mulch

Mulch is any type of material that is spread or laid over the surface of the soil as a covering. It is used to retain moisture in the soil, suppress weeds, keep the soil cool and make the garden bed look more attractive. Organic mulches also help improve the soil’s fertility, as they decompose.

Red Mulch

Mulch is any type of material that is spread or laid over the surface of the soil as a covering. It is used to retain moisture in the soil, suppress weeds, keep the soil cool and make the garden bed look more attractive. Organic mulches also help improve the soil’s fertility, as they decompose.

Topsoil

It is the topmost layer (2 to 8 inches) of soil covering the Earth. Topsoil is the layer of soil that contains the greatest concentration of nutrients, and is therefore more capable of producing high-quality plants. Many people refresh their gardens or flower beds with a new application of topsoil before spring planting begins. The topsoil adds nutrients to the soil and encourages optimal growth.

Pine Nuggets

They are chunks of pine bark that give your garden or landscaping a neat, natural look. They break down more slowly than shredded materials, so they don't need to be replenished as often. Nuggets, which can be as large as 3 inches long, work best in flat beds, where they won't float away during a heavy rain.

Pine Mulch

It can be used as either a top dressing or tilled into the soil as a conditioner. It helps to loosen the soil for easier weeding. It can also help promote root growth by allowing for better water and air flow. Its density supports vegetative growth. It limits weed resistances, makes weeding easier, and decomposes more rapidly than coarse pine bark.

Pine Straw

It is needles from pine trees shredded throughout the year. They are then gathered once they fall. It helps prevent evaporation of water from the soil, reduces the growth of weeds and helps to prevent soil compaction and erosion. Pine straw also protects plants from freezing conditions, helping keep the soil around the plants at a stable temperature. This is important for newer plants and those with shallow root systems. Plus, pine straw will improve the soil structure as it decays.

Wheat Straw

It is straw left over after wheat grains have been harvested. It has many uses in landscaping such as erosion control, seed-germination and coverage, and even as a comfortable base material for animal bedding.

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