T. David Trucking Topsoil
mulch

 
TOPSOIL • TRIPLE MIX • COMPOST
MULCHES • AGGREGATES • ROCKS

BAGGED or BULK

triple mix

sand
gardening
flowers


MULCHES

Properly mulched flower beds greatly improve the appearance of your landscape, but it has many other benefits as well. A layer of mulch prevents weeds, keeps moisture in the soil, adds nutrients and protects the plants' root system.

delivery
PINE
Brantford
CEDAR
Stone
BLACK BEAUTY
Mulch
CYPRESS GOLD
Gravel
CHOCOLATE BROWN
Decorative Stone
RED DEVIL


ABOUT MULCHES

  • It is best to apply mulch once the soil has a chance to warm. Applying mulch too early in the season can actually slow your plant growth. Mid to late spring is the best time to put mulch on the flower beds.
  • Make sure to get rid of any weeds before applying the mulch.
  • Water your plants before applying the mulch.
  • Be carefull not to bury desired plants. Keep the mulch away from the plants' stems.
  • A layer of 2" of fine much should be sufficient while coarse material should be about 3-4 inches.
  • Applying additional mulch during summer will help retain moisture.
  • In the fall, it is a good idea to work organic mulch into the soil to add nutrients.
  • In early spring, gradually pull remaining mulch away from plants to give them warmth and a good start. Once they are established, put the mulch back and add a new layer.
  • Mulch also helps as insulation during the winter.

 

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