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Bagged vs. Bulk Mulch
Bagged vs. Bulk Mulch

When purchasing mulch, I’ve often had customers ask which is better – bagged or bulk.  There’s no right or wrong when it comes to choosing, it’s simply a matter of preference.  Here are a couple of things to keep in mind when deciding. 

 

6 Things You Should Know Before Purchasing Dyed Mulch
6 Things You Should Know Before Purchasing Dyed Mulch

Color enhanced mulch can be a great way to turn your neighbor’s heads.  There are many misconceptions out there about dyed mulch so if you’re thinking about purchasing it here’s what you should know.

5 Mistakes People Make When Buying Mulch
5 Mistakes People Make When Buying Mulch

There’s no doubt that beautifying your lawn is an excellent way to create curb appeal, but with the cost and time involved you want the job done right the first time.   During my years of working in the garden and landscape industry I’ve seen time and time again avoidable headache and frustration caused while homeowners are purchasing mulch.  

7 of the Best (and Worst) Methods of Avoiding Weeds
7 of the Best (and Worst) Methods of Avoiding Weeds

From hobbyist gardeners to professional landscapers, painstaking efforts have been taken to rid our lives of weeds.  Although there is no way of permanently ridding your beds of weeds, there are ways to deter them.  Here are some of the best (and worst) methods of keeping them at bay.

4 Reasons To Mulch Your Garden
4 Reasons To Mulch Your Garden

The list of benefits of mulching your garden is an extensive one.  Here are 4 of the biggest reasons why you should mulch your beds.

Mushrooms And Other Fungi In Mulched Beds
Mushrooms And Other Fungi In Mulched Beds

After spending time and money on creating the landscape you want, it can be frustrating to find molds and fungi in your mulched beds.  Don’t worry, though.  It’s perfectly normal to find them in your mulch, as they grow on decaying wood and most are actually beneficial to the decomposition process.  You can find them most of the year starting in early spring to mid fall, and often emerge after a period of rainy weather. 

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