Landscape Supplies Oregon City OR

While preparing for your landscaping project, you may need to use landscape fabric to suppress weeds.Local resource for landscape supplies in Oregon City. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to landscape equipment, mowers, leaf blowers, fertilizer, mulch, landscapers and landscape design, as well as advice and content on landscaping.

Meadowcroft Farm
(503) 632-3220
Oregon City, OR
 
Bridge of the Gods Enterprises
(503) 631-4125
Oregon City, OR
 
Amber Hill Nursery
(503) 657-9289
Oregon City, OR
 
Hog Hollow Nursery
(503) 657-4942
Oregon City, OR
 
Lehmann Inc., H.D.
(503) 723-9924
P.O. Box 541
West Linn, OR
Services
Residential Installation, Residential Maintenance, Residential Irrigation, Commercial Installation, Commercial Maintenance, Commercial Irrigation, Lawns, Fencing, Lighting, Specialty Gardens, Water Effects, Patios, Concrete Work, Special Effects, Design, Drainage, Other
Membership Organizations
California Landscape Contractors Association

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M.S. Growers
(503) 631-2059
Oregon City, OR
 
Rainier Nursery OR City
(503) 655-8006
Oregon City, OR
 
Allen's Tree Farm
(503) 631-7997
Oregon City, OR
 
Evans Farms
(503) 632-3475
Oregon City, OR
 
Yoshitomi Bros.
(503) 656-3179
West Linn, OR
 
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Landscape Supplies | Materials for shaping your yard

Materials for shaping your yard

Because landscape design can produce varied results for individuals and their homes, it's a good idea to determine what type of landscaping supplies you'll actually need to achieve the results you'd like. Plotting the land you'd like to landscape and then deciding what you'd like to do with that space are the first steps.

Landscape Fabric

While preparing for your landscaping project, you may need to use landscape fabric to suppress weeds. This is useful both while waiting for mulch, flowers or landscape rocks to arrive from suppliers as well as to protect those elements once they're in place. Landscape fabric is designed to be clean and durable, while letting air, water and nutrients nourish the soil.

Getting Around

How do you plan to get from place to place once you've landscaped? You don't want to have to trample your grass to access your flowerbed or your picnic table. Think of the natural ways people will move from place to place and pathways will make themselves obvious.

Landscaped pathways are, most often, wooden walkways or stepping stones. Stepping stones can be an especially versatile way to encourage travelers to stay off the grass. They can also be used in mulched and unmulched planting beds to prevent dirt from being tracked inside. Putting them in flower gardens can also attract butterflies to your garden, since these cold-blooded creatures enjoy the absorbed warmth the stones provide.

Alternatives to Grass

If you live in an area where maintaining a real grass lawn is unrealistic, there are other landscaping options for your yard. Landscape rocks are pieces of natural stone used for lawn centerpieces and rock gardens . Make them look more natural by burying the base a couple inches into the ground. Smaller decorative stones can be used for rock gardens.

Rubber mulch is another landscaping technique that is especially useful in high-traffic areas, such as walkways, play areas and curbs around trees o...

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