Multiple Mulch Orders
Due to the nature of landscaping materials, we can only deliver one type of product at a time. If you are ordering multiple products or types of mulch (for example 2 yards of Cedar mulch and 2 yards of Compost), please place each order separately. You will only be allowed one type of product in your "cart".
If you need another type of mulch or landscaping product, finish your first transaction and then place your next order (your browser should save your address information to make the process faster). You will receive a confirmation e-mail for each order.
Looking to BOOST your plant growth? We’ve got compost ready for delivery to your New Hampshire home!
If you want to boost the growth of your shrubs, trees, flowers, vegetables and grass, start with a thick, healthy layer of our certified compost! Our compost is tested and approved by the University of New Hampshire for a pH of 7.10… perfect for gardens! Aged locally for 18+ months and ready to be delivered to YOU!
All of our mulches have a minimum order of 1 cubic yard and delivery charges vary depending on your New Hampshire location.
PRICE IS PER CUBIC YARD Delivery depends on your location.
Compost is an efficient and easy to apply fertilizer for your gardens, flower beds… anywhere you want to promote fast and healthy plant growth. Composed of decayed organic matter, compost is a basic tool for any gardener or landscaper. Leaves, grass clippings and other nutrient filled organic materials are all broken down into compost and aged for over 18 months. Our compost is created through the natural process of thermal decay and constant mixing to allow a happy environment for millions of active microorganisms which help to continue breaking down organic matter into bio-available nutrients – great food for your plants!
Quite simply, compost adds nitrogen to a garden, mulch bed, flower bed or lawn. Nitrogen is what contributes to a plants healthy, green growth, and with a University of New Hampshire tested and certified pH of 7.10, our compost can help even out the acidity of the existing soil.
Our compost is aged for at least 18 months.
Newer compost needs more time to break down, which keeps beneficial microorganisms busy decomposing keeping the nitrogen from being used by your plants. Our aged compost has reached the perfect state of composition to release that healthy and essential nitrogen to your flowers and vegetables. Nitrogen = Strong, green and healthy plants for your home! With older compost – that which has been more thoroughly broken down – the material has more nutrients readily available to plants.
The best news is that, once applied, our compost will continue the natural process of breaking down and decaying into rich, nutrient-dense soil. And remember, as microorganisms break down the compost, nutrients are released and made into fertilizer available for plants.
When should I apply compost to my garden?
With our aged and UNH certified compost, nutrients are readily available to plants and can be added onto freshly garden beds or, even better before you’ve planted in your garden beds! Bagged compost is readily available at big box stores, but if you’re looking for REAL LOCAL compost, our aged and certified compost is far more abundant and convenient… without having to haul bags back and forth.
Add our compost in layers about 1 to 2 inches thick in early spring. In New Hampshire, April is a great time. Dig in lightly with a rake, and leave the compost to rest a week or two before you plant seeds or seedlings.
You can also use our compost in your garden beds in autumn to keep your garden beds rich with nutrients and keep the decomposing process working. The compost will keep your beds ready for spring and planting. For larger gardens and food plots, it’s good to get into the practice of adding 2-3 inches of new/fresh compost in the autumn so that the compost can decompose slowly over winter and into early spring.
Creating new beds for planting
If this is the first time you’ll be planting in your yard or bed, take the extra time and effort add in compost. Adding our UNH certified compost contributes to a lighter, more nutrient rich soil and once you do it, you’ll set yourself up for a great start to happy and healthy plants. It can be hard work if you’re in a large space, so let us help by delivering your compost in bulk to your New Hampshire home!
Jump-starting existing beds and gardens with compost
With plants that have over-wintered, or when applying compost anytime during your gardening season, you should use a method called side dressing. Apply a layer of compost several inches away from your rows of plants, protecting delicate plant stems from damage. This way, the compost slowly releases nutrients to plants mid-season as well as inhibiting weed growth, and it will help your soil retain water – a win-win solution in New Hampshire’s hot summers.