Its a great time to garden. If you are an old pro, or a beginner, Garvin’s has everything you need. We have container kits for those wanting to do small patio type gardening, and bulk material for those who plant big. Seeds can be purchased by the ounce, pound, or in bulk bags. We have the a complete line of ORGANIC GARDENING items by Fox Farms, Lady Bug, and Espoma.
Vegetable Seeds and Plants Fertilizers, and Soil Conditioners
Fruit Trees and Bushes Flowers and Shrubs
Top Soil (bag and bulk), and Potting Soil Vermiculite and Perlite
Herbicides and Insecticides Pesticides and Fungicides
Gardening Tools, Carts, Gloves, Hats, Shoes, Boots, and much more.
Garvin’s is proud to offer a new location for those living northwest of Huntsville. Our new location is 22806 Sandlin Rd Elkmont, AL 35620. Just west of I-65 at the Elkmont, Alabama exit # 361. This location offers many of the same items as the Huntsville location, but includes much more livestock supplies.
Mol-Mix Select 32 Liquid Feed Supplement is available for pickup or delivery. All the supplies are sold with a wide variety of tanks and sizes available. Delivery can be made quickly whether you purchase a ton or a semi-load. Please feel free to call the Huntsville or Elkmont locations for further information on this product.
Huntsville – 256-534-5637 M-T 7:00AM-5:00PM - Friday 7:00AM-5:30PM - Sat. 7:00AM-2:00PM
Elkmont 256-423-1800 M-F 8:00AM-5:30PM - Saturday 7:00AM-3:00PM
BOTH STORES CLOSED ON SUNDAY, however, there are extended hours during peak seasons. Please check back in the Spring and Fall.
Keep your pets feeling great all summer long, by keeping those nagging pest away. Garvin’s has a complete selection of Frontline Plus, Advantix II, and Advantage II. We also carry Capstar, (instant flea killing pill).
Garvin’s keeps in stock a line of cooling jackets, and life jackets for those days at the river, or beach. Come check us out, we have everything your pet needs, whether food, health, fun, traveling, or just resting at home, your sure to find something here.
With a wide range of wood based mulch to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which type to lay down over your garden beds. Here’s a list of the most common types, and why, or why not, you should choose these mulches for your landscaping needs.
- Bark Mulch is one of the most popular mulches around, because it looks so great once you put it down. It is also an excellent choice when it comes to water conservation, since it provides a solid barrier against moisture evaporation. The one downside of this mulch is its size. Most bark mulch comes in large chips, which decompose slowly. If you can find bark that’s been shredded, go that route. Shredded bark will not only trap moisture in your flower beds better than large chips, but since it decomposes quicker, it more readily adds nutrients to the soil as well.
- Hard Wood Colored Mulch (Black, Brown, Red).
- Cedar Mulch is the cream of the crop. Because cedar mulch has natural oils in the wood that repel insects, it’s the perfect choice for wood mulch, especially in areas where termites are common. Cedar mulch is going to be a little more costly initially, but it’s well worth the extra expense when you consider its pest repellant properties.