Yes. We carry Black Beauty and Chocolate Cherry mulch - $45 per yard. Topsoil and compost -
$37.50 per yard.
Delivery is also available.
Thank you for the work you do for the community. Please provide as much detail as possible on the donation you are requesting so that we can make the best judgment in relation to your need and our budget.
Please allow 2 weeks for requests to be processed.
We no longer offer full landscaping services. You are always welcome to email photos of your landscape and ask advice, but we will not be able to do the work.
Vegetables - most veggies will be planted after May 15 (frost free date). However, there are cool crops that can be planted as early as mid-March. Annuals - same as veggies. Perennials - best planted in spring or fall. Require more attention if planted in summer. Trees/shrubs - same as perennials.
Bulbs- Spring-flowering bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and crocuses, should be planted in early September. Bulbs that bloom from early summer to fall, such as dahlias, cannas, caladiums and bareroot items, like hosta, daylilies, peonies and bleeding hearts, are planted in early April.
Our hiring time frame starts in February to get ready for the Spring season. We are always accepting applications for seasonal employment. Click here for an application.
Information to help you achieve the garden of your dreams.
Attracting Hummingbirds and Butterflies (pdf)Download
Beyond the Bloom (pdf)Download
Deer-Resistant Plants (pdf)Download
DIY Garden Ideas (pdf)Download
Garden Tips and FAQs (pdf)Download
Host Your Event at DMG (pdf)Download
Mums the Word (pdf)Download
New Tree Care (pdf)Download
Nutrient Know-How (pdf)Download
Save the Bees (pdf)Download
Shade-Tolerant Plants (pdf)Download
Soil Prep (pdf)Download
Thriller Filler Spiller (pdf)Download
Tips for Planting Trees and Shrubs (pdf)Download
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By using OSU Extension as a resource, homeowners can enhance the value of their homes and communities via gardens and other home-landscaping projects. Master Gardener Volunteers are trained in many communities throughout the state to apply and share research-based yard and garden information with local consumers.
The Union SWCD assists landowners with the planning and implementation of conservation practices. The Union SWCD also promotes the conservation and development of natural resources throughout the county.
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