Color Enhanced Mulch
Our premium hardwood color enhanced mulch provides a vivid and unique curb appeal to any home. It retains its bright colors longer than traditional mulch as it has higher UV-resistance.
The colorants used are safe for people, animals, the environment and are biodegradable. In fact, recent independent laboratory studies looked at color enhanced mulch very closely to determine its toxicity. It was found that in contrast, baking soda and table salt have higher levels of toxicity than color enhanced mulch.
We offer color enhanced mulch in the following colors: Rustic Red, Cherry Red, Brown, Black, and Auburn.
What Does Double Ground Mean?
Our mulch is ground two times through a 2" screen. This means you can expect your mulch pieces to be less than 2" wide on average, however, there is a potential for up to 1% of our mulch to make it's way through the screen lengthwise. This means you may find a few larger pieces in your pile even though the over all product remains consistent. Some find this beneficial as those pieces will not break down as quickly giving your mulched bed coverage for a longer period of time.
What Does Triple Ground Mean?
Triple Ground refers to a finer mulch product than Double Ground. We offer each of our products in a Triple Ground for an additional $5 per yard.
What Does Aged Mean?
Fresh chipped mulch pulls nitrogen from the soil and can starve your plants of nitrogen which can weaken or kill plants and act as a detriment to future growth in that area. Aged mulch does not pull nitrogen from your soil allowing your plants to thrive.
Some plants found in fresh wood chips contain a biochemical (see allelopathy) that can affect or inhibit the growth, survival, and reproduction of other organisms. When your chips are allowed to age this biochemical is effectively diminished, therefore, aged mulch is better for your plants.
ALL OF OUR MULCH PRODUCTS ARE AGED WITH THE EXCEPTION OF TRAIL AND ECONO.
How Many Yards Do I Need?
The easiest way to decide you many yards of mulch to order is to think in terms of square feet. One yard of mulch covers approximately a 10'x10' area at 3" deep.
Why Should I Spread Mulch In My Garden?
Benefits Of Mulching Your Garden
What Are The Best Methods Of Preventing Weeds?
Weed Prevention Methods
Why Do I Have Fungus In My Mulch Bed?
Mushrooms & Other Fungi In Mulched Beds
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