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General tips and tricks on simple landscaping around your home.

How to Prepare your Lawn for Spring

Trade in your snow shovel for a lawn mower, Edmontonians! Spring is coming! After a long harsh Winter, activate your grass for regrowth to enjoy a plush, green lawn. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to prepare your lawn for Spring! Rockland offers Edmonton landscape and garden supplies such as various grass seed blends, seed spreaders and aerators for your lawn. 

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5 Top Landscaping Trends for 2018

The big thaw is finally here in the Edmonton Area! Yep, construction season… oops, we mean SUMMER is just around the corner and we’re all excited to get outside and enjoy outdoor living. To kick off the season, we put together the top 5 landscape trends in 2018 for homeowners and local businesses! Rockland Landscaping Supplies opens soon and has all the landscaping materials you’ll need to create an outdoor oasis.

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What Do I Need to Know About Topsoil This Summer?

Understanding these elements is an important step in ensuring you have robust lawns, flowers and trees. Topsoil is collected from the topmost layer of the earth's surface.

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The Importance of Sand for Landscaping Purposes

Sand is a naturally occurring material, produced by Mother Nature, that has many indispensable purposes for the landscaping and construction industries. The most typical locations where sand is collected from are river banks and sand embankments such as beaches.

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Bark Chips, Mulch and Compost: What's the Difference?

Mulch is any type of organic solid that is spread or arranged over the top of the soil as a covering. It is used to trap moisture in the soil, prevent weed growth, keep the soil cool, and make the garden bed look more appealing.

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What are the decorative rock options for my summer landscaping project?

Finding different ways to decrease the amount of grass in your front and backyard can lower your reliance on watering, chemical fertilizers and weekend mowing. The best part of all? There are numerous beautiful alternatives to a traditional lawn that you can incorporate into your landscape.

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