Landscaping Projects At Home
Often, residents in Little Canada/St. Paul area don’t realize that Fra-Dor does not just work with businesses. We also work with homeowners to help them buy residential landscape supplies in bulk as well! Come see our experts on-site at our Little Canada landscape supply lot. They will help you pick out the best product for your project!
Our Residential Hours:
Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Weather Permitting)
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Browse Our Products
We take pride in offering high-quality, fresh products for your landscaping needs. Click here to browse our products!
Why Choose Fra-Dor?
The Frattalone family has lived in the Little Canada area for decades. Fra-Dor, Inc. is one of many Frattalone companies that local people have relied on for years. We have experience and extensive knowledge working with many types of landscaping and construction jobs.
We’re family-owned and operated, too. There’s just something about the kind of service and care you get working with family people. We want to provide the best landscape supplies possible for your job – and we’ll tell you what we think about quantity, the best supplies for your job, and how to achieve the outcome you want. You’ll get our attention, our advice, and our delivery services if you want them. We’ll be here for years should you ever want to stop back by for your next project.
We work with our suppliers to get the best quality for the best price. Not only that but by buying in bulk, you are already saving money in comparison to pre-packaged landscaping supplies at the store.
We want to equip you with the supplies you need to do great work as easily as possible. To make it easier for you, we offer landscape supply delivery. Click here to learn more or call us for more information!
Don’t Know How Much Product You Need?
If you don’t know how much material you need, our material calculator is a great resource.
To find out how many tons of decorative rock, sand, and Class V base you need, you just need to know the square footage and depth of the area you’re filling.
For wood chips, mulch, and black dirt, enter your square footage and depth to determine the number of cubic yards you’ll need for your project.