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Recycling Nature for Over 39 Years
We have the building blocks to good soil!
Want a more self-sustaining landscape? Our popular River Rock and Pea Gravel provides a rustic look while helping keep weeds down. We even carry driveway and fill gravel to complete every job on your list.
Our unique mulch is recycled from branches and brush into a dark bark. It breaks down over the year, which in turn, will feed your plants faster. Watch as your soil turns rich and loamy with repeated use of our Premium Mulch. Mulching is important because it preserves water, encourages worms to home there, and of course, it looks gorgeous!
Here at Good Earth, LLC, we do things the natural way. We make our compost organically with lots of churning and turning to make it smooth. We recycle leaves and grass and leave the harsh chemicals out. Compost is a great additive to exiting soil to help create a better and richer planting blend.
Good Earth, LLC
Good Earth, LLC is one of the only facilities around that keeps yard waste out of the landfill and back into the garden where it belongs. We strive to recycle material that would normally be wasted and turn it into something the public can feel good about using.
Composting can be a time consuming and frustrating task. We can take one job off of your list and do the recycling for you. Over the years, we have perfected the art of composting and have even created a special blend just for gardening.
We care about the Earth, and we care about good landscaping. We are a one-stop shop where you can drop off your yard rake-ups and then pick up mulch to finish the job.
We're not talking about all those junk cars in your neighbor's yard. Bring us your sticks, brush, and other yard rake-ups and we will turn it into a productive garden product. But, leave the trash to the garbage man.. We can only use natural yard waste!
We are offering a sale on our Hardwood Mulches. Our Premium Hardwood Mulch is priced at $20 per yard and our Select Hardwood Mulch is priced at $15 per yard.