Hilton Landscape Supply

5 Easy Tips for Maintaining Your Backyard Pond

May 24, 2023

Immerse yourself in the extraordinary world of natural rocks and stones at Hilton Landscape Supply, your ultimate destination for everything you need to construct the ultimate backyard pond. Our collection boasts a diverse range of rock formations, each carrying its own distinct charm and character. From rugged boulders to smooth pebbles, we have the perfect… Read More

Upgrade Your Yard with a Natural Stone Patio

May 10, 2023

A beautifully designed patio or walkway can significantly enhance your home’s curb appeal and provide a welcoming outdoor space for relaxation and entertainment. Natural stone pavers are an excellent choice for homeowners looking to create a durable and visually appealing surface that can withstand the test of time. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk… Read More

Ideas for Edible Landscaping in the Pacific Northwest

April 26, 2023

Edible landscaping is not only a practical way to grow fresh produce but also a fun and creative way to add unique and eye-catching elements to your outdoor space. Did you know that edible landscaping has been gaining popularity in recent years as people become more conscious of their impact on the environment and their… Read More

Low-Maintenance Landscaping with a Stunning Gravel Garden

April 6, 2023

Having a gorgeous yard to come home to is both rewarding and relaxing, yet making time in your schedule for extensive yard care responsibilities is not. If you’re looking for low-maintenance landscaping that’s both practical and beautiful, incorporating gravel into your garden design might be the solution you’re looking for. Gravel can add texture, interest,… Read More

Tips to Prevent Water Loss in the Pacific Northwest

March 22, 2023

Water is a precious resource that is becoming increasingly scarce in many regions of the world. However, there is generally an abundance of rainfall in the Pacific Northwest. However, despite the frequent precipitation, water conservation is still important for those who want to maintain healthy gardens and yards. You can find many options for hardscape… Read More

Tips for Creating a Deer-Resistant Garden in Oregon

March 8, 2023

It’s time to start planting spring bulbs and preparing gardens and flower beds for another year of growth. Oregon is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, which can often pose a challenge for gardeners. Deer can cause significant damage to gardens, eating plants and leaving behind a trail of destruction. However, with… Read More

Rebuilding a Paver Patio

February 22, 2023

Is your paver patio looking rundown? If you purchased a home with a paver patio constructed a decade ago, its foundation is likely beginning to sag, dip, or crack. Before you pick up the phone to call a landscape contractor to rebuild the patio, consider taking it on as a DIY project instead. Rebuilding a… Read More

Uses for Coco Coir in Your Gardening

February 8, 2023

Have you heard about coco coir or coconut coir?  Coco coir is growing in popularity as a versatile planting material.  It’s a renewable material that’s good for our environment since it’s made from the husks of coconut shells.  You can find it in our garden center.  Just ask any of our staff members for recommendations… Read More

What are mycorrhizae and why should I use it?

January 25, 2023

We have everything you need to transform your yard into the landscape of your dreams at Hilton Landscape Supply. Along with featuring the most beautiful and functional hardscape solutions in Southern Oregon, we also keep high-quality gardening supplies in stock. One natural product we carry and recommend for your lawn and garden is mycorrhizae. What… Read More

Adding Stone Steps into Your Landscaping

January 11, 2023

Do you want to create more outdoor living space in your yard, but the slope makes it difficult to enjoy it comfortably? Those fortunate to live in Southern Oregon or Northern California enjoy a variety of landscapes around their homes, from relatively level lots in suburban neighborhoods to sloping yards with views of mountain peaks… Read More