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Our Landscaping & Garden Center is open for all of your garden & landscaping needs. We carry everything you’ll need for any season. From some of the healthiest and hardiest plants you can find anywhere in the growing season to ice melters, scrapers and shovels in the winter. We sell everything you need to beautify you home, lawn, and garden.

Covering All Your Needs!
We offer all of the products, supplies and expertise you need to keep your property looking good and healthy all year long. Among the many products and supplies we carry are FRESH sod, DRY straw and DRY topsoil.

Stop in today and experience our professional and personal service!

Bagged Goods

Have a project to complete or some touch-up in the yard but don't need a truckload? No problem, we carry a full line of bagged items to fit your needs. From soils, stones, sand, mulch, fertilizer and more we have you covered. Stop in today!

Wide Variety Available
  • Soil
  • Sand
  • Stone
  • Mulch
  • Fertilizer
  • More

Edging

Edging is a great way to finish your outdoor landscape. Whether you’re trying to define walkways, add color or control a wayward lawn, edging is the answer.

The materials we carry are
  • 8" Wall Stone Edging
  • Colmet Steel Edging
  • Aluminum Edging
  • Ace of Diamond Plastic Edging

8" Wall Stone Edging

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Colmet Steel Edging

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Aluminum Edging

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Ace of Diamond Plastic Edging

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Firewood

Need firewood? There is nothing better on a cold Wisconsin night than to curl up in front of a fireplace. And there's no better way to enjoy a crisp, cool fall Wisconsin evening than sitting with friends out in front of a cracking fire in an outdoor fire pit. We have firewood for sale to meet your needs! Along with firewood for your home - we now have kindling for sale!

Delivery Available
Choice Landscaping & Garden Center offers firewood year round for delivery or pick. Firewood can be delivered right to the door of your south eastern Wisconsin home! Call or stop in for details.

Prices
Full Cord: 4'X4'X8' $250
Face Cord: 16"X4'X8' $95
Firewood Slot: 10"X4' $15
Firewood Bundle: 1' sq. $5.99
Delivery: Call or stop in for pricing!

Things to Consider
When buying firewood there are many things to consider. The true measurement for a full cord of firewood is 4ft deep X 8ft wide X 4ft high. The firewood is usually cut into a standard 24" piece. A true half cord measures 2ft deep X 8ft wide X 4ft high. Many dealers sell firewood by the face cord which is only 16 inches deep X 8ft wide X 4ft high. It takes 3 face cords to equal a full cord. 48" divided by 16" equals 3. Don’t get ripped off by a dealer telling you that 2 face cords equal a full cord of firewood.

If you are buying firewood by the pickup truck load it takes 2 loads in an 8ft bed to equal 1 cord. Neatly stacked to the rim of the truck bed or thrown in loosely piled high. If the truck has a 6ft bed it takes four loads to equal one full cord.

Plants

Here are the plants we have in stock. We offer quality plants for any residential project or commercial job. Stop by and we'll be happy to assist you in finding the perfect plants for your needs.


Deciduous:

Annabelle Hydrangea

Anthony Waterer Spirea

Autumn Moon Fullmoon Maple

Black Lace Elderberry

Blue Enchantress Hydrangea

CheeseHead Potentilla

Crimson Kisses Weigela

Crimson Pygmy Dwarf Japanese Barberry

Dark Horse Weigela

Double Play Red Spirea

Dwarf Burning Bush

Flamingo Dappled Willow

Flower Carpet Pink Supreme Groundcover Rose

Golden Nugget Dwarf Japanese Barberry

Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac

Ivory Halo Dogwood

Kodiak Red Diervilla

Magic Carpet Spirea

Miss Kim Korean Lilac

Nikko Blush Deutzia

Pink Poppet Weigela

Red Ace Potentilla

Red Twig Dogwood

Sem False Spirea


Evergreen:

Blue Chip Juniper

Color Guard Adam's Needle

Degroot's Spire Arborvitae

Dwarf Mugo Pine

Emerald Spreader Japanese Yew

Green Mountain Boxwood

Green Velvet Boxwood

Henry's Red Rhododendron

Hicks Yew

Karen Azalea

Mint Julep Juniper

Moonshadow Wintercreeper

Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae

Nest Spruce

P.J.M. Rhododendron

 


Perennial:

Angelina Stonecrop

Caradonna Meadow Sage

Carnival Peach Parfait Heuchera

Foerster's Feather Reed Grass

Northwind Switch Grass

Plum Pudding Coral Bells

Silver Heart Brunnera

Sombrero Lemon Yellow Coneflower

Voodoo Stonecrop

 

Propane

Need Propane? Stop by for a refill or tank exchange today. We refill tanks and RVs and also have an exchange program to fit all of your needs.

Stop in today and experience our professional and personal service!

Rain Barrels

We all know that when it rains, it pours, and with the right rain barrel(s), that water can be saved. This is called rainwater harvesting, and it is important because it decreases the high demand for domestic water. Residential irrigation can account for up to 40% of water consumption. By collecting rain water and storing it in a rain barrel you’ll have water for future use, whether it’s for watering the garden or just keeping it handy for emergency situations. An easy way to conserve water and money is by using a rain barrel.

With rain water being one of the most abundant and consistently available natural resources, its harvesting and conservation is an effictive way to cut down the cost of water usage in the household and help alleviate the burden of imposing water shortages. Strategic placement of a rain barrel underneath the gutters of your home can provide a barrel full of rain water with just one-quarter of an inch of rain. which in turn can be used in practical ways such as watering your flowers and garden or even washing your car. With enough rain water saved up throughout the year (and depending on how many barrels you’re using), you might never have to use the garden hose for an entire summer. The benefits of having one does wonders for people who tend to use the garden hose on a liberal basis, saving not just a good chunk of pocket change but also providing fresher and purer natural soft water for your plants. Not only are you saving on tap water usage, you're helping to filter out deposits like calcium and lime, and chemicals like chlorine from your plants, lawn, and underground water.

The first requirement for setting up your rain barrel is determining your options for a source of rainwater. Many houses have a number of downspouts to choose from. In this case, choose the downspout closest to where you will use the rainwater. For example, if you plan to use the water in your garden, position the barrel near the back of the house where it's close to the garden. Some houses don't have gutters and downspouts. You can even use a very inexpensive gutter and downspout during the rainy season, then uninstall it and store it in winter.

Once you've decided where to place the rain barrel, a flat, level surface for placement of your barrel is key, a full 55-gallon rain barrel can weigh nearly 500 pounds - you don't want the rain barrel to tip over. Build a solid foundation for the barrel using pressure treated wood or cinder blocks. Be sure to leave an open space under the spigot to accommodate a watering can or hose. Determine where the barrel's water overflow pipe will be positioned (always away from your home's foundation). If you need more water than one barrel full (typically 55 gallons), you can link barrels together.

To route the water from the downspout to the barrel, you will need to remove a section of your downspout to redirect water into your barrel. You can: 1) terminate the downspout a couple of inches above the barrel and install an elbow fitting at the end pointing into the barrel, 2) configure the downspout so it enters all the way into the barrel, or 3) use a special fitting called the downspout diverter to transport water from inside the downspout, through a tube to the barrel.

The most basic way to keep debris, insects and children out of your rain barrel is to make sure it has a tight fitting lid. Use a debris screen to stop leaves and other tree parts from traveling through the downspout and into the barrel. If debris gathers in the bottom of the barrel, it will clog the spigot at the bottom of the barrel and in some models the overflow tube and affect the transport of water away from your house. Instead, the water will be forced out the top of the barrel, then run along the side to create a destructive puddle right beside your foundation. Many debris screens are installed at the end of the downspout. You can even include a filtering pad on top of the screen to soften the sound of rain and filter out smaller pieces of debris.

For winter storage empty or drain your rain barrel, open the spigot, remove the run-off hose, and reconnect your downspout. When possible store your barrel in a protected/indoor area but if the rain barrel must remain outside turn it upside down and secure it to prevent animal intrusion or water accumulation which can freeze, expand, and potentially crack the barrel wall.

Choice Landscaping & Garden Center has rain barrels starting at $45.

Landscaping Stone

We offer a full line of decorative and quarried stone in bulk or by the yard. It comes in a variety of colors and sizes to suit your needs. See below for our Decorative Stone, Construction Sand & Stone or a Sampling of Stone available.

Decorative Stone

Below is a sampling of the bulk decorative stone we have in stock and can deliver today.

 Field Stone 9-12"

Field Stone 9-12"

 Field Stone 4-8"

Field Stone 4-8"

 American Heritage 1-1/2"

American Heritage 1-1/2"

 Glacier Bay 1-1/2"

Glacier Bay 1-1/2"

 Black Earth 1-1/2"

Black Earth 1-1/2"

 1" Colored Round Stone

1" Colored Round Stone

 Midnight Blue

Midnight Blue

 Black Cherry

Black Cherry

 Copper Springs

Copper Springs

 Crushed Granite - Burnt Orange

Crushed Granite - Burnt Orange

 Crushed Granite - Red

Crushed Granite - Red


Construction Stone & Sand

Below is a the construction stone and sand we have in stock and can deliver today.
 1" Chip Stone

1" Chip Stone

 Traffic Bond 3/4"

Traffic Bond 3/4"

 Pea Gravel

Pea Gravel

 
 Limestone Screenings

Limestone Screenings

 Sand, Play/Mason

Sand, Play/Mason

 


Wide Variety Available

Below are stones available in bags or for bulk order.
 Alpine

Alpine

 Black Cherry

Black Cherry

 Carmel Quartz

Carmel Quartz

 Crushed Coral

Crushed Coral

 Field Stone 12-18"

Field Stone 12-18"

 Field Stone 18-24"

Field Stone 18-24"

 Field Stone 6-12"

Field Stone 6-12"

 Field Stone 4-8"

Field Stone 4-8"

 Gray Slate

Gray Slate

 Meramec Large

Meramec Large

 Meramec Medium

Meramec Medium

 Meramec Small

Meramec Small

 Mississippi Jumbo

Mississippi Jumbo

 Mississippi Large

Mississippi Large

 Mississippi Medium

Mississippi Medium

 Mississippi Small

Mississippi Small

 Mountain Shadows

Mountain Shadows

 Nor Carla Pebbles

Nor Carla Pebbles

 Purple Sage

Purple Sage

 Raven Black 3/4"

Raven Black 3/4"

 Raven Black 3/8"

Raven Black 3/8"

 Raven Black Large

Raven Black Large

 Red Cedar

Red Cedar

 Black Geo

Black Geo

 Red Geo Granules

Red Geo Granules

 Red Geo Lava

Red Geo Lava

 Santa Fe

Santa Fe

 Spar Dust

Spar Dust

 Tiffany Pink

Tiffany Pink

 Western Sunset

Western Sunset

 White Marble

White Marble

Top Soil

We only sell rich, dark, highly organic blended topsoil. Our topsoil has low acidity and is excellent for top-dressing lawns, gardens and shrub beds or as a soil conditioner for planting shrubs, trees or perennials. Our topsoil is dry and we sell it in bulk and delivery is available. Talk to our staff today to get the perfect soil for your project.

Wall Stone & Pavers

We are a distributor of County Materials and carry a complete line of wall stone and pavers. We have what you need for a wide varirty of projects. Stop in today and talk with our knowledgeable staff.

Woodchips & Mulch

We offer our products in bags, bulk and delivery is available. One cubic yard of mulch will cover a 324 sq ft area with 1" of mulch.

Mulch tips:

  • New planting beds require 2-3" of mulch to retard weeds and retain moisture.
  • It's a good idea to top dress existing beds with 1-2" of mulch in the spring.
  • You can protect perennials in the winter with 2" of mulch.

Below is a sampling of the bulk woodchips & mulch we have in stock and can deliver today.

 Red Enviro Mulch

Red Enviro Mulch

 Brown Enviro Mulch

Brown Enviro Mulch

 Shredded Hardwood

Shredded Hardwood