From public parks to private gardens, Washington Rock has provided material to many different projects. But June provided a first for us: supplying material for an art installation. …Continued
What is the difference between clean and minus? What size of crushed rock do I need? We have the answers to these and other questions.
If you enjoyed Washington Rock’s display or didn’t have a chance to see it, please check out pictures below. You can also find a list of the plants from the Spring Fair here.
St. Patrick’s Day celebrates the color green, and we want to help your yard look as green as your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. So which topsoil or topsoil mix is best for your garden?
Washington Rock’s organic topsoil is unique in the Tacoma area.
I first saw my dad (Harry Hart, the founder of Washington Rock) reading Out of Crisis about 10 years ago. The cover was blue and featured a small portrait of an elderly man. The portrait was of the author, W. Edwards Deming. …Continued
St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands has it. Utah, New Mexico, and South Dakota have all used it. What is it? Washington Rock’s Armorstone.
The Harvest House stand is just like any other produce stand: it’s shaded under a tent at the side of a gravel road. Neatly arranged rows of fruits and vegetables are advertised by a large white sign painted with the words “Organic Produce.”
The only difference between this stand and any other produce stand: everything is free. …Continued