Anderson Landscape uses only top quality materials in all their projects and we make those available in bulk for delivery or pick up. Please note we do not haul asphalt.
Delivery times vary due to work flow yet are typically done Saturdays from 7-noon. Please call the week prior to your desired delivery. We can be flexible for specific needs. We deliver to the following towns only: North Yarmouth, Pownal, Cumberland, Yarmouth, and Falmouth. Deliveries starting at $55.
Monday through Friday 7:30 AM or 4:30 PM, Saturday 7:00AM- Noon. Please call before making the drive over to be sure someone is available.
From bark mulch, loam and compost to gravel and stone – Anderson Landscape offers top-notch materials. If what you need is not listed, please give us a call and we can get almost any material you may need.
A mixture of clay, sand, and silt. Commonly used for soil enrichment, moisture retension in garden beds and lawn installation.
A mixture of decayed organic matter. Commonly used for fertilizing and enriching soil.
We offer Earthlife Organic Compost – a material produced throughout the northeast that offers consistent quality, high organic content, microbial life and valuable slow-release nutrients. Suitable for vegetable gardens.
Blended here at our farm, a mixture of 2/3 loam, and 1/3 compost.
Many of our hardscape materials come from our own quarry. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact us.
A smooth round stone screened to 3/8″ size. Commonly used for driveways and drip edges.
Rough stone screened to 3/4″ size. Commonly used for driveways, drip edges, drainage, bases for hardscape projects.
A sand/stone mix that is screened to be under 3/4″ size. Commonly used for dirt driveways.
A fine screened sand, no stone or rocks, pure sand mix. Suitable for sand boxes, septic systems, drainage, etc.
Mulch mix, used for erosion control on hills, and bankings.
A fine dust produced from stones, highly compactable and stable. Commonly used for bases in hardscape projects.
How much do I need?
One of the most common questions when placing orders is the quantity of material needed.
Here is a simple equation to answer that question.
length x width x depth (inches)= cubic feet
divide cubic feet by 10
divide that result by 27 = YARDS NEEDED