Welcome to Morgan Landscape Supply. We offer quality residential landscape and masonry supplies to professional contractors throughout Raleigh, North Carolina and surrounding regions, including Garner, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Cary. We're now open for retail business, too!
We're still in the process of updating our new website. Please bear with us while we incorporate all of the product and landscaping information. We'd love to hear from you, feel free to email us or call 919-755-3679 with any questions you might have. You can also visit our retail store, conveniently located on Capital Blvd. in Raleigh. Thank you!
Please note that we do not recommend dumping materials in your driveway because of the weight of our dump trucks. We are not responsible for driveways that are damaged or cracked due to delivery of materials.
Raleigh Office Locations
1313 Capital Boulevard
Raleigh, NC 27603
Hours for Capital Blvd.
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
We are closed this Saturday July 3 - Monday July 5th in observance of the holiday
Make your Raleigh yard a mulch better place
Create a mulched area in your yard and that's one spot you will never have to mow again. Once you realize that huge benefit, you're likely to go for a second mulched area and then a third. Next thing you know, you have the most unique landscape on the block and you're sitting on the porch drinking lemonade while your neighbor is trying to pull that rip cord on his lawn mower in 100-degree heat.
You'll realize many other perks even beyond that initial reward. Putting down a 2-4" inch layer of mulch around trees and shrubs helps to conserve moisture, reducing by anywhere from 10% to 25% the amount of soil moisture lost to evaporation. Mulch keeps the soil underneath it aerated, which avoids compaction and helps with rainwater absorption. It reduces runoff and soil erosion.
So you can look over to your neighbor's Raleigh lawn where he's running the sprinklers pretty much nonstop and know in your heart he's working extra hours at the office in an effort to pay that water bill.
Rainwater directly hitting the soil surrounding a tree or shrub can splash fungus onto foliage and damage or even kill the plant. Mulch buffers that interaction, and in other ways prevents soil-borne diseases while promoting healthy soil conditions. It regulates the soil temperature beneath it and maintains a warmer environment in the winter and a cooler environment in the summer—and that promotes the growth of earthworms and beneficial microorganisms.
Should you tell your neighbor about all this? Only if you like the guy. Only if he doesn't treat you to a blast from his horn every time he locks his car.