About Rexius

For the last 90 years our family-owned and operated company has served the landscaping industry. We have done a lot of things, and we do a lot of things. We produce compost, mulches, and soils at our organic production facility in Coburg, OR. We package and ship these materials all over the state. You can find our products at nurseries, garden centers, and we also offer our products in bulk; which can be picked up at our HWY 99 retail location, delivered to your driveway, or delivered and placed using our blower or slinger trucks. We also offer a full suite of landscape services for residential and commercial properties. We provide landscape construction, irrigation services, landscape maintenance, and outdoor living. Conveyor Application Systems, our manufacturing division, builds heavy machinery that is sold worldwide. Through these products and services, we provide sustainable solutions for the landscape, for the community in which we live, and for the environment we share. 

Our Family

Family is important to us. As a family run business, we aim to cultivate a family-like culture where everyone feels valued. There are several generations of family members (Rexius and non-Rexius) that call Rexius home. It is our desire to ensure that this remains a great place to work and a place that people can be proud of.

Our Values

What matters most to us is excellence. We think of excellence in three different ways; integrity, reliability, and quality.

Integrity: Our word is our bond.

Reliability: What we say we're going to do, we do.

Quality: We care about what we do and how we do it.

Our Roots

Our Community

We take great pride in participating in making our community more beautiful. We are honored to leave our mark, whether it's someone's home, Autzen Stadium, or the world renowned Hayward Field. Click here to see some of our favorite projects: 

Project Portfolio

Love Food Not Waste Program

For over a decade we have partnered with the City of Eugene, Waste Haulers, and local restaurants to turn food waste into useful and valuable compost that goes back into your soil.

Learn more about the program

Sol Rexius circa 1930