Mendocino redwood is the perfect material for landscaping! Redwood landscaping materials offer endless options for your garden or backyard project.
Whether you want to support delicate plants, build flower beds, or create a structure for climbing vines to grow upon, redwood landscaping products fit the bill. Redwood is a durable, yet pliable softwood, and the versatility of redwood is well established. Mendocino redwood is also widely available, so finding exactly the materials you need for your special project has never been easier!
Redwood also shrinks and swells less than some other building materials and is less likely to warp, split, check or cup. That means the beautiful flower bed you build today will remain beautiful for years to come. Simple woodworking tools are all that is needed to create the perfect redwood landscaping projects for your home.
Redwood heartwood is especially resistant to insects and decay. As such, landscaping applications near the ground, such as flower beds, may be best served by using heartwood grades. Other applications, such as lattice for climbing vines, should be well served by redwood sapwood grades.
Redwood landscaping products from Mendocino Forest Products include benderboard and stakes, lattice and lath. The Mendocino® brand of redwood landscaping products are available exclusively at The Home Depot stores in California and a number of other Western states. To find out whether a store in your area sells the Mendocino redwood landscaping products, please visit our Buy at Home Depot page. If you prefer to shop from the convenience of your own home, you may buy online directly from HomeDepot.com.
Mendocino redwood landscaping products are manufactured from environmentally responsible redwood logs. Most of the logs used to manufacture Mendocino redwood landscaping products are sourced from Mendocino Redwood Company (MRC®). MRC has been certified to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) for over ten years, demonstrating the company’s commitment to responsible forest management and environmental stewardship. For additional information, we invite you to visit our page on environmental stewardship.