Lawn and Garden Supplies


Lawn and Garden Supplies

Regina Farms carries an extensive inventory of must-have lawn and garden supplies – everything you need to have a healthy, pest-free lawn, bountiful vegetable gardens, thriving flower beds, and beautiful trees and shrubs. You’ll find all sorts of gardening tools and equipment, lawn products like grass seed and lawn fertilizer, deer spray and deer fencing systems, and organic gardening products.

Come and browse our open space style garden supply emporium featuring all the best-known brand names in gardening.

Stone & Gravel

(for stone prices, click above)

Bulk or bagged, plain or fancy — Regina Farms’ stone and gravel collection really ROCKS! We stock everything from standard driveway gravel to decorative stone that will make your rock garden a true work of art. And of course, we deliver! See the handy chart below to calculate how much stone you’ll need for your project, and then give us a call. We’ll have you rockin’ in no time!

Stop in or give us a call to place your order. To make sure you order the amount you need, check out our new Bulk Product Quantity Estimator!


(for soil prices, click above)

Topsoil is the upper layer of soil that is composed of clay, sand and silt I somewhat equal proportions.  The true quality of topsoil is the base medium containing varying amounts of organic material.  All clay or all sand or all silt or all organic is not best; it’s the proportions of all that make the best topsoil.  Regina Farms makes their top soil by blending clay, sand and silt with composted horse manure.  Since different plants require different amounts of organics, it is still necessary to add compost, etc. for optimum results.


Quantity Estimator

Use our handy tools to estimate how much mulch, soil, or stone you will need to cover an area with a layer 2 inches thick.*

Use Our Garden Quantity Estimator Here


(for mulch prices, click above)

Benefits of Mulching

Mulching is one of the best things you can do for your garden. This is the act of placing a protective barrier (mulch) around your plants and over your bare soil. This protective barrier can be made up of a variety of decomposing organic materials, including bark or wood chips (from various tree species), pine needles, straw, and cocoa bean shells, or non-decomposing, non-organic materials such as black plastic, landscaping fabric, recycled tires, pebbles, and river rock.

Controls Weeds

Through the use of mulch, you can limit the number of weeds that spring up in the open spaces of your garden. The mulch acts as a barrier, limiting the amount of sunlight that can find its way to the weeds.

Retains Moisture

Organic mulches absorb water. Organic and non-organic varieties both cover the soil and limit evaporation. Retaining moisture, especially during hot, dry seasons can not only help out your plants, but it can also help out your water bill.

Prevents Soil Erosion

Mulching not only keeps existing water trapped in the soil, it also slows the rain water from washing away your soil. It does this by breaking the fall of the water and therefore lessening the force when the water impacts the ground.

When adding mulch to your garden beds, avoid piling mulch up against the trunk or stems of plants. This can lead to insect and disease issues. Using too deep a layer of mulch can also be a problem – generally, 2 inches or less of mulch is recommended for most plants.

Polishes up your Garden

Mulch can give a garden a finished look by filling in the empty spaces while being one of the easiest fillers to maintain. Grass, groundcovers and other fillers may take extensive care, such as mowing and watering, as well as competing for resources with your garden plants. Mulch is easy to care for and never competes with your other plants.