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3 ft Orange Landscape Fabric For Weed Barrier, Ground Cover, Garden

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6-inch (9 gauge)

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Control Weeds And Protect Your Plants From The Sun!

Black landscape fabric can increase soil temperatures by up to 5 degrees F°, which could kill plants in high heat areas such as Central California and Florida. That’s why we recommend using our Orange Landscape Fabric instead!

It’s the best weed barrier fabric for gardening and farming, since the orange color reflects sun rays and reduces soil temperatures. This also assists in retaining the moisture of the soil.

This landscape fabric is a woven ground cover manufactured with tough woven polypropylene and meets or exceeds DOT standards. This fabric has at least 135 lbs of tensile strength, is UV resistant, and permeable. It is great for applications such as erosion control, retaining walls, silt fences, gardening, soil and road stabilization, and so much more!


  • Width: 3 feet
  • Length: 100 feet, 300 feet, or 500 feet
  • Thickness3 to 3.2 oz
  • Material: polypropylene woven fabric
  • Color: Orange
  • Dimensions (Roll Size)
    • 3 ft x 50 ft (150 square ft)
    • 3 ft x 100 ft (300 square ft)
    • 3 ft x 300 ft (900 square ft)
    • 3 ft x 500 ft (1500 square ft)
  • Thoroughly lab tested to ensure consistency and quality
    weed barrier landscape fabric

    • UV Protection (ASTM D4355): 80%+ strength after 500 hours
    • Tensile Strength (ASTDM D4632): 135 lbs
  • Note: Rolls may be folded for shipping to fit within UPS size guidelines. 


  • ORANGE COLOR: Black fabric absorbs heat, while orange reflects heat instead of absorbing it! Use this orange weed prevention fabric in high temperature areas to keep your plants safe.
  • PROTECT YOUR PLANTS: Research at Penn State showed that black fabric increased the soil temperature by up to 5°F which could kill plants in high heat areas such as Central California or Florida. Choose Orange instead!
  • SAFE FOR ORGANIC FARMING: All Sandbaggy fabric is safe for organic farming
  • VEGETABLE GARDENS: The perfect weed control fabric for vegetable gardens or raised beds, this fabric is able to prevent weeds from growing and allow your plants to thrive!
  • EROSION CONTROL: Helps prevent soil erosion when it rains.
  • USE UNDER MULCH OR ROCKS: Works great under mulch, in a greenhouse, or outdoors to stabilize the soil.
  • PERMEABLE GROUND COVER: This geotextile fabric is permeable, allowing water to go through and able to help retain the moisture in your soil.
  • COMMERCIAL GRADE: Heat sealed edges prevent the fabric from fraying. This fabric is also very durable with at least 135 lbs of tensile strength.
heavy duty weed control fabric
  • SILT FENCE: Use our 3 ft landscape fabric for installing silt fences.
woven weed fabric

Commercial grade fabric lasts 40+ years

This commercial grade weed barrier fabric is engineered to last 40+ years! Made with a 3 to 3.2 oz thickness and a polypropylene woven fabric, this fabric is heavy duty.

commercial weed barrier


This orange color landscape fabric will help you get your landscaping job done, with a choice of lengths from 100 to 500 feet.

Don't believe competitors' long life spans

Competitors will advertise that their landscape fabric lasts several years or longer. Usually, these numbers are unsubstantiated and misleading.

Depending on which part of the country you're in, the environment can be completely different, with large variations in weather and climate.

The fabric's lifespan will differ materially depending on the temperature. How is it possible that fabric can last 20 years in the outdoors?

Fabric can never stop all weeds

Other competitors claim that no weeds can grow through their 'heavy duty' weed barrier fabric. This is false advertising.

No matter how thick the weed barrier fabric is, certain weeds are still strong enough to break through the fabric. Our recommendation is to use herbicides to kill the weeds or pull them out by hand when they grow through.

Comparison chart of Sandbaggy's ground cover and competitors'

ground cover weed control

Sandbaggy's orange ground cover has built-in UV protection, is made from 100% virgin resin to provide additional strength, is laboratory tested to meet ASTM test methods, and has undergone pre-shipment inspection for irregularities.

Installation: How to Lay Weed Barrier Fabric

weed barrier fabric installation

When installing this landscape fabric, use a rubber mallet and gloves. Install staples 2-4 feet apart for secure fabric installation. Softer soils will require additional staples.

Under Gravel

When installing weed barrier fabric under gravel, first clear the area of trash/sticks/rocks and etc. Then rake the area so it is as flat as possible. Once done, then roll out the landscape fabric and secure with landscape staples every 3-5 feet.

On Top Of Soil

Sandbaggy Landscape Fabric can be installed right on top of soil. If you have a thick layer of soil, we recommend using 9 inch or 12 inch landscape staples so the weed barrier fabric is securely fastened into the ground and cannot be moved. 

Around Plants

Sandbaggy Landscape Fabric works great around plants as well. All you need to do is use a pair of scissors and cut an 'X' on the fabric where you want to place the plant. 


Is a weed barrier worth it?

Yes. Weed Barrier Fabrics are worth the money because they save the homeowner or property manager time from constantly removing weeds. In addition, if the homeowner is putting down gravel, adding a layer of landscape fabric not only stops weeds but separates the gravel with the dirt beneath. This keeps the gravel clean and free of dirt and creates a more beautiful landscape.

What is the difference between landscape fabric and weed barrier?

Landscape fabric and weed barrier are the same. Just different names for the same product. 

What can I use as a weed barrier?

We do not recommend using other household items such as plastic bags or newspapers as weed barrier. We recommend buying a commercial grade weed barrier fabric for the job. 

What is the best weed barrier to use under rocks?

For weed barrier fabrics used under rocks, we recommend using a weed barrier fabric with at least 100 lbs of tensile strength. This 100 lbs of tensile strength means that if you pull the fabric apart with your hands, it would take 100 lbs of strength to pull the fabric apart. Most fabrics from hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes only have about 25 lbs of tensile strength. 

Do you have to weed before putting down landscape fabric?

We recommend pulling the weeds before putting down the landscape fabric. It just makes for a cleaner job overall. 

How many layers of landscape fabric?

You should only use one layer of landscape fabric if the fabric is of quality. Make sure the fabric has at least 3 oz of weight and 100 lbs of tensile strength as a minimum. All Sandbaggy Landscape Fabrics have at least 135 lbs of tensile strength.

Be aware of many low quality weed barrier fabrics from Home Depot and other stores that will end up requiring multiple layers of fabric. 

How to keep weed barrier in place?

Weed barrier fabric is kept in place using Landscape Staples. Landscape Staples are pushed through the fabric and into the soil to keep the fabric from shifting or moving. 

We sell landscape staples from 4 inches long to 18 inches long. Shorter staples are used for harder/rockier soil while longer staples are used for soft/loose soil. Our most popular landscape staple is our 6 inch 11 gauge staple. 

Best way to lay weed barrier fabric?

When installing weed barrier fabric, first clear the area of trash/sticks/rocks and etc. Then rake the area so it is as flat as possible. Once done, then roll out the landscape fabric and secure with landscape staples every 3-5 feet.

Sandbaggy Landscape Fabric works great around plants as well. All you need to do is use a pair of scissors and cut an 'X' on the fabric where you want to place the plant. 

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

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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