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Mulch is any type of material that is spread or laid over landscape soil as a covering. Mulch helps your gardening and landscaping.

Mulch is any type of material that is spread or laid over landscape soil as a covering. Mulch helps your gardening and landscaping.

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  • What Is Mulch?
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  • What Is Mulch?
    Mulch is any type of material that is spread or laid over the surface of the soil as a covering.
    Mulch
    Call 1-800-MULCH-PRO and get connected with a mulch professional that services your local area. 1-800-MULCH-PRO is a network of the most elite and reputable landscape supply companies in the country. You can also visit us online at http://www.1800mulchpro.com for more information.
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
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  • What Does Mulch Do?
    • Mulch prevents weeds from growing
    • Mulch will maintain an even temperature in the soil. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
    • Mulch protects the soil from soil erosion.
    • Mulch will conserve moisture.
    • Mulch provides a clean surface for accessing the garden
    • Mulch can make a garden look neat and finished
    Call 1-800-MULCH-PRO and get connected with a mulch professional that services your local area. 1-800-MULCH-PRO is a network of the most elite and reputable landscape supply companies in the country. You can also visit us online at http://www.1800mulchpro.com for more information.
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
    www.1800mulchpro.com
  • Different Kinds Of Mulch
    There are basically two types of mulch:
    Inorganic
    Organic
    Call 1-800-MULCH-PRO and get connected with a mulch professional that services your local area. 1-800-MULCH-PRO is a network of the most elite and reputable landscape supply companies in the country. You can also visit us online at http://www.1800mulchpro.com for more information.
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
    www.1800mulchpro.com
  • Organic Mulch
    Organic Mulch Described
    Organic mulches improves the soil. Organic mulches decompose slowly and the organic matter aids in maintaining loose soil. Organic matter provides plants with nutrients and invites earthworms and beneficial organisms into the soil. Organic mulch helps improve growth of root systems, improves water retention in the soil, and increases the capacity of water to the soil.
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
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  • Most Popular Organic Mulches
    Bark mulches are the most popular. These mulches can all be died in color and shredded multiple times.
    Cedar Mulch
    Hardwood mulch
    Pine bark mulch
    Cyprus Mulch
    Bark nuggets
    Pine Straw mulch
    Compost
    Hemlock mulch
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  • Inorganic Mulch
    Inorganic Mulch Described
    Even though Inorganic mulch does not improve the soil and can be very difficult to remove, they do have some benefits. They work as a weed barrier, helps retain water and can look very nice in your landscape.
    Call 1-800-MULCH-PRO and get connected with a mulch professional that services your local area. 1-800-MULCH-PRO is a network of the most elite and reputable landscape supply companies in the country. You can also visit us online at http://www.1800mulchpro.com for more information.
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
    www.1800mulchpro.com
  • Most Popular Inorganic Mulches
    There are many types of inorganic mulches. Below are some of the most commonly used:
    Lava rock
    Pee Gravel
    Rubber Mulch
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  • 1-800-MULCH-PRO
    To contact a mulch expert in your area please call
    1-800-MULCH-PRO
    (1-800-685-2477)
    or
    visit us on the web at www.1800mulchpro.com
    Your nationwide single source for Mulch
    www.1800mulchpro.com