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All organic mulches help soil retain moisture, keep the soil cool and insulate plant roots during freezing temperatures. Most mulches also prevent the growth of weeds and provide a nice finished look to the yard or garden.

Cypress Mulch

Cypress mulch is an attractive soil cover and looks much nicer than mulches such as shredded newspaper. It also has a unique, pleasant smell when it is fresh. Cypress mulch weathers to a soft gray color, a property that is often considered a valuable attribute. While other mulches may blow away or wash away over time, cypress mulch tends to stay in place. Therefore, cypress mulch will not need to be reapplied as often as some other mulches.

Bags per Pallet: 80


Large Pine Bark Nuggets

Pine bark mulch is a pink or reddish brown. It's typically all natural, as its inherent color means no dye is needed. Since pine bark mulch is large in size, it lasts for years as an attractive and useful landscape element. Pine bark mulch is also an effective weed control around plants when layered 2 to 3 inches deep in the garden. It lasts for years, compared with smaller mulch materials and  retains most of its pinkish brown hue even after two years.

Bags per Pallet: 70

Mini Pine Bark Nuggets

Ease of application is the strong suit of pine bark nugget mulches.  Pine bark nuggets come in several different size grades, from “mini” to “jumbo” nuggets. (Soil conditioner is a ground pine bark product smaller than mini-nuggets that can also be used as mulch.) Pine bark is long lasting, and when it does break down it enriches the soil with organic material.  Water pooling can cause bark nuggets to float and spread, and moving water can cause it to wash away, requiring it be raked back or replaced entirely.  This makes bark nuggets less suitable for areas that tend to get flowing water in heavy rains. 

Bags per Pallet: 70

Organic Red Mulch

Some organic mulch is produced from the bark material of redwood, pine, cedar, or cypress trees, which is harvested in the lumber milling process. Some bark mulch is naturally red and does not require additional coloring. Some organic mulch is produced through composting horse bedding, shredded bark, recycled paper and straw. Dyes and stains may be added to achieve any desired color during the manufacturing process.

Bags per Pallet: 80

Organic Dyed Black Mulch

The contrast between brilliant green foliage and deep black mulch is appealing to some gardeners.  Dyed mulches are typically made from bark, wood chips or other wood by-products that have been artificially colored with a water-soluble dye or stain. Dyed mulches are available in a wide range of colors, including black. In the manufacturing process, wood mulch is sprayed with dye as it moves through a dyeing machine and is then deposited in a stock pile by a conveyor belt; the final drying of the mulch and setting of the dye takes place after the mulch is spread on site.

Bags per Pallet: 80

Shredded Brown Mulch

Offered in coarse and fine textures, shredded brown mulch has some of the most varied applications in the home landscape. Since the material is small, the wood overlaps to create an effective barrier to the topsoil below. Along with complementing almost any shrub border or tree line, this dark brown mulch is easily spread across a pathway as a natural sidewalk. Watering the mulch down encourages the fragments to intertwine and stay in place, even with constant foot traffic. Adding the shredded mulch to patios as a flooring choice or surrounding an outdoor fountain with the dark brown material creates a functional outdoor area without the high cost of pouring concrete as a ground surface.

Bags per Pallet: 80

TopSoil

The term "topsoil" refers to the top layer of soil on the surface of the earth. Depending on the location, the topsoil layer may be 5 to 12 inches deep, and its texture may vary. Compared to garden soil, topsoil is generally sold in larger quantities for large-scale landscaping needs. Topsoil is also more of a general-purpose soil mixture that may not be mixed with as much fertilizer and organic matter as some garden soils.

Bags per Pallet: 60

*Each pallet that contains 80 bags of mulch, covers approximately 5.7 yards of land.

*Each pallet that contains 70 bags of mulch, covers approximately 5 yards of land.