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Pine Straw Mulch - 1 Gallon Bags

Mulch is a vital part of keeping your garden healthy and beautiful. Adding mulch to pots, beds, and gardens will keep your plants happy.

Importance of Using Mulch

Landscapers and gardeners like mulch because it adds a finished, elegant look to garden beds and potted plants. But mulch does a lot more than look good.

It helps keep plant soil warm, which growing plants need.
It helps keep weeds out of the soil.
Organic mulch breaks down into nutrients that feed the soil
Mulch protects plants from sudden weather changes.


Types of Mulch

Mulch is an organic material made from parts of trees. It's usually made from tree bark. People have also used dried grass, hay, coffee beans, and other natural materials as mulch. Today, most gardeners preferred mulch that's ecologically friendly and made from renewable resources. This has made pine straw mulch a favorite because it's made from pine needles that fall from trees every year.


When to Mulch

Fall is the best time to mulch if you want your plants to survive the winter. In the spring, add more mulch to improve the soil's condition and allow new plants to take root. Most garden experts recommend laying about three inches of mulch.

How is Pine Straw Mulch Different?

No trees have to be harmed or cut down to make it.
Pine takes longer to break down than bark does.
It helps distribute water evenly through the soil.
Pine is excellent at conserving soil heat in winter.
It's lightweight and easy to use.


Choose the Right Mulch

If you want your hard work of gardening to pay off, don't forget to add mulch. Adding a layer won't take much time, and the payoff will be well worth it.

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    Pine Straw Mulch - 1 Gallon Bags

    Mulch is a vital part of keeping your garden healthy and beautiful. Adding mulch to pots, beds, and gardens will keep your plants happy.

    Importance of Using Mulch

    Landscapers and gardeners like mulch because it adds a finished, elegant look to garden beds and potted plants. But mulch does a lot more than look good.

    It helps keep plant soil warm, which growing plants need.
    It helps keep weeds out of the soil.
    Organic mulch breaks down into nutrients that feed the soil
    Mulch protects plants from sudden weather changes.


    Types of Mulch

    Mulch is an organic material made from parts of trees. It's usually made from tree bark. People have also used dried grass, hay, coffee beans, and other natural materials as mulch. Today, most gardeners preferred mulch that's ecologically friendly and made from renewable resources. This has made pine straw mulch a favorite because it's made from pine needles that fall from trees every year.


    When to Mulch

    Fall is the best time to mulch if you want your plants to survive the winter. In the spring, add more mulch to improve the soil's condition and allow new plants to take root. Most garden experts recommend laying about three inches of mulch.

    How is Pine Straw Mulch Different?

    No trees have to be harmed or cut down to make it.
    Pine takes longer to break down than bark does.
    It helps distribute water evenly through the soil.
    Pine is excellent at conserving soil heat in winter.
    It's lightweight and easy to use.


    Choose the Right Mulch

    If you want your hard work of gardening to pay off, don't forget to add mulch. Adding a layer won't take much time, and the payoff will be well worth it.

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