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Mulch & Pine Straw

MULCH TYPES AND USES

Mulch can be a great addition to any landscape. Whether you use a wood based mulch such as a black mulch, cypress mulch, red mulch or pine straw it will help complete your home or business aesthetic.

Black Dyed Mulch

Dyed black this mulch can look amazing in a variety of landscapes and especially next to lighter colored homes. Black dyed natural mulch is a nice professional finish to any landscape both residential and commercial. Stop by one of our stores to pick up mulch and make your home look great.

Black Dyed Mulch is sold in 1 Cubic Yard increments with a minimum order of 3 Cubic Yards for delivery.

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Double Ground Hardwood Mulch

Like the name says, this mulch is made from Hardwood trees and very fine texture being ground twice. This mulch gives you the best composting of all our mulches and will break down faster, especially around flowers. Color is very dark brown, but will bleach within 6 months.

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Pine Mulch

Pine mulch is mostly made of pine bark and is a less expensive mulch that has a brown color and medium texture.

Pine mulch is sold in 1 cubic yard increments with a minimum order of 3 cubic yards for delivery.

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Pine Straw Long

Pine straw is the thick layer of needles dropped from pine trees. Most needles drop in the fall. Longleaf pine straw is best to sell because longleaf pine trees have very long needles.

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Red Dyed Mulch

This mulch stands out and will brighten up your landscape. Red dye used in modern mulches is made from iron oxide, a material deemed safe for use around pets and humans. It’s used in many other products, including makeup and paint. It can actually help your soil by adding small amounts of iron as the mulch decomposes.

Red dyed mulch is sold in 1 cubic yard increments with a minimum order of 3 cubic yards for delivery.

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Wheat Straw

Wheat straw is the stalk left over after wheat grains are harvested. It is used when planting grass, the soil should be kept moist and at a fairly consistent temperature, and spreading wheat straw over the newly planted grass seed can help when you’re trying to grow grass on uneven or hilly ground, the straw can help reduce erosion and hold the seeds in place.

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