When you initially start shopping for garden equipment, it can be easy to assume that you don't need the expensive stuff. In an attempt to save money, you might seek out the lower-end brands or buy something that you know will work at least once. However, if you plan to make gardening a serious priority, you might run into problems if you don't invest in high-end products. My blog is all about helping you to shop for gardening supplies, so that you aren't left with broken spades, bent shovels, and non-functional fertilizer spreaders when you need them the most one day.
Gravel can make an excellent landscape mulch in areas where you need fast drainage and minimal maintenance. Having it delivered is the simplest way to go, but you must first prepare for the delivery.
1. Stage the Delivery Location
It may not be possible to have the gravel delivered exactly where you need it, especially if the spot is not easily accessible by the gravel truck. You will need a staging area that is both accessible for the delivery and as close to the area of installation as possible. [Read More]