Wet climate soil for your landscaping
The influence of the Grand River extends to Kitchener’s soil composition.
Kitchener is full of healthy wet climate soil which, when combined with our nutrient rich topsoil, creates a fertile base for whatever you’re planting:
- Vegetable gardens
- Decorative flower beds
- Tree planting
The hub of interlocking pavers in Southwestern Ontario
Kitchener’s location makes it easy for contractors and homeowners to access the latest interlock products and designs from the region’s top manufacturers:
We understand that Kitchener contractors want to give their clients the best, from patio stones to mulch.
And we understand that Kitchener homeowners want their outdoor landscaping to shine.
We know this because we’re Kitchener landscape professionals and homeowners too.
Long gardening seasons means you can get lots done
Kitchener’s humid climate makes for longer than normal gardening and landscaping seasons (usually from late March to late October).
The city experiences approximately 147 frost-free days per year (around 40% of the year), which gives landscapers and homeowners plenty of time to start and finish their all projects.
Popular neighbourhoods in Kitchener
There’s plenty to see and do in Kitchener.
However the best parts of the city are the neighbourhoods which Kitchener’s 219,000 residents get to call home.
Some of Kitchener’s more popular neighbourhoods are:
- Stanley Park
- Alpine Village
- Forest Heights
- Country Hills