With today’s side deal to Boring Bark and Landscape Materials, $15 gets you $35 worth of your favorite isotope from the periodic table of design elements, including decorative stone, bubbling rock water features, gravel, plants, trees, and more. This family-owned joint considers itself as the one of the coolest, most laid-back places to acquire garden and landscape supplies.
Garden-pleasers include awesome soil with just a pinch of cow manure ($3 for a one-cubic-foot bag), way-out mulch ($2.50 for a one-cubic-foot bag), hardcore rocks like pumice ($4 for a one-cubic-foot bag) and radical Montana round rainbow pebbles ($7 for a 40-pound bag). And don’t forget to get some moss rocks to please neighborhood children ($0.10/lb., $180/ton). While contemplating how many zeppelins one ton of lilies would fill (Asiatic bulbs, three for $5), sip on some coffee from the on-site café where you can sample a cup for free ($10 a pound for purchase).
- Boring Bark has a variety of nursery items, and great prices. They also offer a lot of high quality landscaping material including stone, bark, and seed. – Alex U., Insiderpages
- The folks at Boring Bark are always right there to help you determine what is what in the confusing world of compost, bark-dust, shavings and soil amendments. – Mauricia S., Insiderpages
30265 SE Hwy. 212
Boring, Oregon 97009Get Directions