Landscape Supplies in Ambler

For more than 20 years, Woodward Landscape Supply has helped both contractors and homeowners by providing the landscape supplies and materials they need to tackle an array of landscaping and hardscaping projects.

From patios and pool decks to sidewalks and steps, we can help you get the job done. We started the company with Woodward family’s expertise in the concrete manufacturing and hardscape installation fields, and have only strengthened this knowledge in the last two decades.

We’ve expanded over the years, in terms of size, products and expertise. Let us be your source for your next hardscaping project.

Ambler Hardscaping Supplies

When you need hardscaping in Ambler, visit Woodward Landscape. We carry pavers and slabs for walls and walkways from a number of top suppliers, including EP Henry Company, Techo Bloc, CST Company and Kennedy Concrete.

We’ve chosen manufacturers that offer an array of unique colors and designs to fit everyone’s tastes. Visit our outdoor sample patios to envision how these stones will look on your property, and speak with our knowledgeable staff to learn more about undertaking your next Ambler hardscaping project.

Natural Stone Landscaping in Ambler

Woodward Landscape Supply stocks a myriad of stone for virtually any hardscaping project. Whether you’re putting in a patio or pool decks or installing a new sidewalk, we carry flagstone, travertine, and cobblestone, as well as Pennsylvania fieldstone, tumbled bluestone and other wallstone varieties.

Fantastic Ambler Fire Pits

Add some extra warmth to your backyard with one of Woodward Landscape’s Ambler fire pits options. From fire pits and fire boulders to the classic fire place, we can help add the special accents that will make you the talk of your neighborhood.

About Ambler PA

Located just 16 miles from center city Philadelphia, Ambler is a scenic region in Montgomery County. Originally the territory of the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, the land was purchased by William Penn in the 1680s. A pair of brothers, William and George Harner, are credited with settling the area. A village was eventually founded, known as Gilkey's Corner after the proprietor of a nearby inn. Industry continued to expand throughout the region, and several mills were founded for flour, timber, paper and cloth. The town gained its contemporary name in honor of a local Quaker woman, Mary Johnson Ambler, who brought medical supplies to the survivors of the Great Train Wreck of 1856. Today, Ambler is a moderately- populated section of Montgomery County, with an estimated 6,505 residents as of 2015. The town is known as a center for local culture, with a playhouse, theater and orchestra contributing to this culture. The median household income in the borough was $51,235 as of the 2010 census.