Feeding Orioles is a little different than most other backyard birds. At The Rock Pile, we carry specialized oriole feeder designs that accommodate only the foods orioles prefer.
You want to start an organic garden but don’t want to jump straight into the garden and onto the big scale. We have exactly what you are looking for. With our Dr. Earth Potting Soil you can start your plants inside or outside the house inside a pot.
While some plant pollen gets spread and carried by wind, nearly 90% of all flowering plants need animals or insects to do it right.
Basalt columns are an excellent way to add a unique accent to your landscape.
New decorative gravel – Black Granite
Feel free to bring us pictures of your yard and we’ll help design the garden of your dreams! It all starts with a photo and some measurements of the area. Also make note of the amount of sun the area will get and how well the area drains.
Think of a big field of lush green plants, over which a magic wand is passed, then suddenly bursts in colorful blooms! The magic of the bees.
The more bees visiting your pretty flowers, the more pollinating is being done.
Lovebirds are small, feisty birds native to southwestern parts of Africa. Their small size, low noise level, and aptitude for tricks, makes the Rosy-Faced Lovebirds, also known as the Peach-faced Lovebird, a very popular choice for a pet bird.
Over the past few years, the price of produce has been climbing in direct proportion to the decline of pollinators.
by The Earth (as told to Amy)
1. Create a cavity deep within an existing rock. You can do this 2 different ways: either by trapping a pocket of gas (or water) in cooling lava, or – if you’re so inclined- bury something inside a rock that will decay (wood, coral or dissolvable minerals) and leave you with the cavity you require. Think of it as a mini-cave, and a cave as sometimes a giant geode.
Sandstone, barn stone, sandstone curbing for your landscaping project. Add old world charm to your outdoor setting.
FATWOOD 100% all-natural firestarter for fireplaces, barbeques, chimeneas, stoves, and firepits! Why? Because even well-seasoned firewood sometimes needs a little help getting going. What is it? All Natural! In short, Fatwood is pine stumps left as waste after logging. The resin which lends it its excellent firestarting ability accumulates naturally within the stump over time.…