We're here to get you growing.
With the largest range of growing mixes and landscape supplies in Northland, we can help get your garden growing from the ground up. From peat to pots, paving to ponga logs, compost to pine chip, our experienced and friendly team offer the right advice, so you can choose the best products to suit your needs. Take it by the bag, load up your trailer, or stay at home and have it delivered in bulk.
Bark and mulch, weed-mat and windbreak, fertilisers, compost, soils and potting mixes, stone, shell and paving, metal, scoria and sand. We've got it all!
You are welcome to use our courtesy trailers, or alternatively deliveries are available on any bulk product Northland wide by arrangement.
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Makes the perfect housewarming present!
How much product do I need?
Use our calculator below to guide you on how much product you'll need for your project:
*Guide only and for depth recommendations please talk to our friendly team for advice as some products do compact.
Spring has to be one of the prettiest seasons of the year with all the new growth, gorgeous blossoms on the trees, spring bulbs leaping into life and a myriad of colour as flowering plants bursts into life.
Summer is mostly hot & dry but Northland is very unpredictable and some days it's like four seasons in one day particularly December. It's often windy which sucks the moisture out of the ground so plenty of watering is required for both lawns and gardens, consider adding irrigation if you have a good water supply.
Autumn is the absolute best season for planting! By planting new gardens in autumn you will get plenty of moisture throughout the coming wet months to encourage the roots to get down deep & the plants will be well established before the hot/dry summer ahead.
March (if not too dry), April & May are also the best months to establish new lawns. This is also the season to get spring bulbs either in the ground or in pots; we have a range of pots suitable for bulbs available at our town yard.
Winter can often be a long, wet and sometimes dreary season after the gorgeous autumn leaves have fallen, its important to rake up & dispose of these leaves into a compost bin to help reduce fungus and diseases.
However on sunny crisp winter days its great to get out in the garden and get your hands dirty with DIY projects while its not melting hot, spring bulbs should be getting established and its time to plant fruit & deciduous trees, prune roses before spring to maximise on flowering. Stake trees against the prevailing winds and get new vegetable beds in ready to plant out in spring.