Screened dirt means just that, all debris had been removed, leaving just the dirt itself. This dirt is used when dirt is needed in planting areas and in the yard in general, but this soil HAS NO ORGANICS in it.
This dirt is unscreened, just like the name says. This is still great dirt, but it may have materials in it, such as rocks or organic matter. This dirt can be used for most projects. There are no nutrients in it either.
This mulch is dyed black. It's used in landscaping inplace of sod and is used as an insulator for water and heat when planting. You should use a layer about 2" thick when installing in your landscaping.
This mulch is dyed red. This is a very popular colored mulch. Like all mulches, it is used to enrich the soil and insulate the soil in planting beds and around plants and trees. All of our mulches are wood based.
River rock is used decoratively in many landscapes. This rock is larger than pea gravel. We use river rock and sometimes larger rock when installing dry river beds that help divert water and help erosion control in landscapes.