Triple Shred Hardwood Mulch
Our Triple Shredded Hardwood Mulch is dye free & triple hammered. Tends to make the soil more alkaline.
Our Cypress is dye free. Cypress makes the soil more alkaline and is a natural insect repellent.
Color Enhanced Cypress Blend
Our premium quality colorants are non-toxic and safe for people and animals. They also contain no VOC's, making them safe for your plants, soil and the air.
Our Pine Bark Nuggets make the soil more acidic so are best suited for use around azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, etc. Do not place in an area where water flows or ponds. The bigger nugget is likely to float.
Pine Bark Fines
Our Pine Bark fines make the soil more acidic so are best suited for use around azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, etc. Do not place in an area where water flows or ponds. The bigger nuggets are more likely to float.
Pine straw helps insulate the soil from temperature fluctuations and will not move with heavy rains. Pine straw is excellent on hills and slopes because the pine needles interlock after spreading and keep the pine straw from moving
Mulch Installation Guide
Install Mulch at a Minimum of 3 inches deep and Maximum of 4 inches deep. One Cubic Yard of mulch will cover 108 square feet at 3 inches deep.
Color-enhanced mulch never completely dries in the stockpiles at the manufacturing plants. It takes a minimum of 24 hours for color to cure once spread. Do not install color-enhanced mulch in the rain. Do not irrigate for 24 hours after installing color-enhanced mulch. Irrigate BEFORE you install the mulch. The mulch will retain the moisture in the soil once the mulch is spread. Natural mulch varieties without color enhancement are also available.
If installed properly, your mulch's color will last for about a year. Our premium quality colorants are non-toxic and safe for people and animals. They also contain no VOCs, making them safe for your plants, soil and the air.
Maintenance tips: Installing mulch a minimum of 3 inches and maximum of 4 inches will deter weed growth. Over time, mulch may begin to fade. You can rake your mulch to refresh the color and/or install a topcoat of 1-2 inches per year to restore the original color.
Mulch conserves water. You may need to reduce irrigation levels when switching to mulch from pine straw or in wet soil conditions. Mulch conserves water better than stone or pine straw. Proper aeration and pruning are also essential to maintain proper soil moisture. Overly wet soils may result in the growth of unattractive fungus in your landscape. Always, maintain proper soil moisture and never over irrigate.
Landscape fabric will further help to eliminate weed growth and slows the decomposition of your mulch. Some gardeners choose not to use the fabric because as the mulch decomposes, it adds beneficial organic matter to the soil.