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Why Weston's Bulk Materials Yard Is So Special



The most important thing that separates Weston’s Bulk Material Yard from our competitors is that we are primarily a Recycling Yard. We carry ¾” stone and concrete sand purely for convenience to homeowners and contractors but our main focus is producing compost and mulches that will actually benefit the plants in your landscape and also be aesthetically pleasing.

Our Compost is even approved for unrestricted use on any Organic crop. We use a simple recipe of grass, leaves and wood chip that are wind-rowed and take close to two years to produce the finished product. Over that time the rows are temperature-monitored, and turned periodically, to ensure that the composting process is moving at an efficient rate.

It is then screened to produce a beautiful compost that is dark, rich, and extremely stable, with efficient levels of nitrogen and potassium.

Our mulches are also made using a simple recipe and we put a lot of time and care into turning and aging the ground brush and the bark to achieve the perfect color. We are one of the few companies in the state that produces a pure “Leaf Mulch”, just like what Mother Nature makes on the forest floor.

You can get all these wonderful products delivered to your home or you can come and pick it up in Hopkinton.
Visit us anytime were open, we would love to share our passion for these products with you and help you to make your plants healthy and thriving.

Click here for our bulk materials pricing.

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