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6 ft Landscape Fabric with Green Stripes for Planting & Gardening

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Check out our 6 ft landscape fabric. It's nearly identical to this product, the only difference is it does not have the grid lines.


Great For Gardeners - Striped Fabric Allows For Optimal Plant Growth!

Sandbaggy's 6 ft Landscape Fabric with Green Stripes optimizes plant growth, controls weeds, and retains soil moisture. Use this planting fabric to help you achieve precise plant placement. The 6" by 6" matrix grid pattern runs along the entire fabric, giving each plant ample space to thrive. Our fabric is also an excellent weed barrier, blocking sunlight, inhibiting weed seed germination, and reducing weed growth. It also retains moisture, keeping plants hydrated in dry conditions.

Sandbaggy fabric is made to last over 40 years when buried under 3+ inches of gravel or mulch. Get wholesale pricing as low as $75 per roll. Don't compromise on quality, discover more below!


Specs

  • Dimensions: 6 ft x 100 ft (600 square feet)
  • Stripes (Matrix Grid): 6” x 6” squares
  • Weight: 3 oz
  • Type: Woven
  • Material: Woven Polypropylene (Plastic)
  • Color: Black
  • UV Resistant

    Features

    • A Truly Heavy Duty Fabric: Sandbaggy Fabric is 3x thicker (3 oz) and 9x stronger (100 lbs of tensile strength) than standard fabrics found at your local home improvement stores. Plus this fabric is UV Stabilized for extended life under the sun.
    • Precise Plant Placement: Features a 6" by 6" matrix grid pattern for accurate and uniform plant spacing, allowing for optimal plant growth. The perfect garden fabric, use it anywhere: over grass, around trees, raised beds, vegetable gardens, under gravel, etc. 
    • Safe For Organic Farming: All Sandbaggy fabric is safe for organic farming and will not release any toxic substances into the soil.
    • Weed Barrier: Protects your plants, acts as a reliable barrier, blocking sunlight and inhibiting weed growth. No more need for constant weeding.
    • Moisture Retention: Minimizes soil evaporation, helping plants retain essential moisture for longer periods, promoting healthy growth.
    • Soil Protection: Prevents soil erosion caused by heavy rain or wind, keeping the soil in place and protecting plant roots.
    • Durable Woven Polypropylene: Made from 100% virgin polypropylene resin, ensures our fabric is high-quality, long-lasting, and will perform reliably in various weather conditions.

    Fabric Lifespan is 40+ Years*

    Engineered to last 40+ Years! As long as the fabric is buried with at least 3 inches of gravel, mulch, or under roads, and away from UV sun exposure, this woven landscape fabric can last 40+ years.

    However, if the fabric is exposed to the Sun, the lifespan drops as low as one year.

    6 ft heavy duty landscape fabric with green stripes for planting

    FAQ

    How to stop weeds from growing through landscape fabric?

    To prevent weeds from growing through the landscape fabric, clear the site of any existing weeds. Use landscape staples to ensure the fabric is tightly secured to the ground, with no gaps or exposed edges. You can add a layer of mulch or gravel on top of the fabric to provide an extra barrier against weed growth.

    Do you put soil on top of landscape fabric?

    Yes you can put soil on top of landscape fabric, though it is not necessary. Soil can act as a barrier to protect the landscape fabric from the sun and other elements which would reduce the fabric’s lifespan. It is important to avoid adding excessive soil that can hinder the fabric's effectiveness or cause water pooling.

    How to install landscape fabric?

    To install landscape fabric, first start by clearing the area of any existing vegetation or debris (especially sharp objects that could potentially puncture the fabric). Secure the fabric in place using landscape fabric pins or staples. If planting, cut holes in the fabric to accommodate the plants. Finally, cover the fabric with a layer of mulch or gravel for added protection and aesthetics.

    Does landscape fabric let water through?

    Yes, landscape fabrics are water permeable to ensure that plants receive the necessary moisture while preventing excessive water accumulation or runoff. It’s important to note not all landscape fabrics offer the same level of water permeability, since they are designed for different uses. Typically woven landscape fabrics (used for gardening, weed barriers, etc,) are less permeable than non woven fabrics (used for drainage, stabilization, and filtration).

    Installing landscape fabric around existing plants?

    When installing landscape fabric around existing plants, start by carefully cutting an appropriate-sized hole in the fabric to accommodate the plant's base. Gently pull the fabric up around the plant, ensuring it covers the surrounding soil. Secure the fabric in place with landscape fabric pins or staples, being cautious not to damage the plant's roots. Finally, cover the fabric with a layer of mulch, leaving a small space around the plant's stem to allow air circulation.

    How to cut landscape fabric?

    Cut landscape fabric using sharp scissors or a utility knife. Consider using protective gloves for safety. If you are looking to use landscape fabric for planting we recommend using striped landscape fabric since the lines run throughout the entire fabric, making it easier to cut.

    What is the difference between the types of rolls you sell?

    Roll type

    Jute netting
    Jute netting


    Coir Mat

    Black landscape fabric
    Black landscape fabric


    Orange landscape fabric
    Burlap fabric roll
    Burlap fabric
    Material Jute Coconut fiber Polypropylene woven fabric Burlap
    Length 225 ft 165 ft 300, 500 ft 100, 300, 500 ft 300 ft
    Width 4 ft 4 ft 3 ft 3 ft 3.33 or 6 ft
    Coverage 900 sq. ft 1,070 sq. ft 900 or 1,500 sq. ft 300 - 1,500 sq. ft 1,000 or 1,800 sq. ft
    Price/sqft (1,000 sq. ft) $0.17 $0.30 $0.08 $0.09 $0.15
    Purpose

    Stabilize soil

    Control erosion

    Beach / shoreline erosion
    (Water submersion)

    Hillside erosion

    Weed barrier

    Silt fence

    Weed barrier

    Silt fence

    Table / aisle runner

    Floor mats

    Tree / shrub protection

    Life 1-2 years 2-5 years 12 months - 40 yrs (depending on Sun exposure) 12 months - 40 yrs (depending on Sun exposure) N/A
    Anchored using 6-inch sod staples N/A
    Biodegradable? Yes Yes No No Yes

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