Estimate materials for landscaping projects such as planting, sod, paver patios, or fences

Landscaping Calculators and Estimation Resources

Our suite of landscape calculators and tools help estimate how much material you need for a multitude of landscaping projects, including estimating paver patios, retaining walls, plants, flowers, mulch, soil, cubic yardage, and square footage. We’ll demonstrate step by step how to find how much landscape material you need for your project. Using a landscaping calculator increases the speed and reliability of your measurements and lowers the risk of measurement errors. Several of our calculators also help estimate price of materials to get a better idea of the cost of your project. See our masonry calculators to estimate concrete and block projects.

Landscape Material Estimators

These are our most popular landscaping material calculators

Consider getting a professional landscaping estimate for your project to see how much it will cost. Getting an estimate is a great way to asses cost, viability, and design for your project.

We also have a complete suite of construction calculators to estimate materials for many construction projects.

See all of our landscaping material calculators, articles, and other resources below.

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Grass Seed Calculator

Learn how to estimate how much grass seed is needed for your lawn. Enter square footage, length & width, or the acreage of the land to find how many pounds of seed is needed.

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How to Install a Paver Patio

Learn how to install a paver patio, including steps to prepare for installation, prep the surface and prepare the base, and finish the patio with joint sand and sealer.

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Plant and Flower Calculator

Estimate how many flowers or plants are needed to fill a landscaping bed using the plant calculator. Find how many plants will be needed when using a rectangle or triangle planting pattern.

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Soil Calculator and Garden Planner

Estimate soil needed to fill a garden bed or landscaping area given the length, width, and depth of the space. Find how many bags of soil, cubic yards, or cubic feet are needed.

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