Need Ideas for Your Landscaping Project in Buffalo, NY?
Check out these resources to get helpful tips and tricks
Let's face it - taking on a landscaping project can be overwhelming. If you're not sure where to start, Southtowns Supply in Buffalo, NY has you covered. With over 12 years of experience, we know all the ins and outs of landscaping. And now we want to share that insight with you.
We've uncovered some of the best resources around to help you through your project. Keep reading to find some useful tips and tricks. You can also reach out to us with any questions about our wholesale mulch and stone products.
- Fertilize before adding new mulch
- No need to remove last year's mulch, it gradually breaks down, adding beneficial nutrients & other organic matter to the soil.
- Protects your plants
- Spread mulch 2-3 inches thick
Crushed limestone is nutrient rich and can boost plant, lawn, flower, and vegetable growth. It also neutralizes lawn acidity or alkalinity and regulates the soil's pH level. So, whether you're growing crops in your garden or just want to improve the look of your lawn, consider crushed limestone as an option. With rough Buffalo winters and salting driveways, flowerbeds take a beating.
No need to remove last year's mulch, it gradually breaks down, adding beneficial nutrients & other organic matter to the soil.
Take our Cocoa Brown Mulch, spread 2-3 inches thick. Why 2-3 inches of mulch? Protects plants in the winter, distributes water evenly, improves the soil, keeps plants cool in the summer, and acts as a weed barrier.
Typically used in Rock Gardens, under a hedge or around trees. Also works well in high wind areas. Many residents in Blasdell, NY close to Lake Erie prefer to use various stones like the River Stone so add pops of color and dimension.
Crusher Run #1 Limestone
Sizes from 1' and smaller are commonly used as fill, ideal for drainage, expanding and contracting with temperatures, and compaction when used as a base. Great for driveways and walkways as a filler layer.
2 Crusher Run Limestone
Sizes from 1 ½ " to 2" are used around drainage pipes, produce septic systems, road base, stormwater management systems, driveway gravel, construction sites as entrances and exits. Great for driveways and walkways as the foundation layer. "