Flowerbed Mulching


Flowerbed Mulching

There are a number of natural mulches out there, with hardwood bark mulch, pine straw and old hay most popular. Which is the best choice for your garden?


Spring is coming and it’s time to start thinking about mulching your flower beds for the summer.Our flowerbed mulching services are very useful for you because natural mulch is extremely beneficial for a garden. It traps moisture in the soil so you don’t have to water as often, and it acts as an insulator so your plants’ roots don’t get too hot. (It has the same effect in the winter, keeping plants from getting too cold.) And it suppresses weeds, so you don’t have to weed as often!

Using hardwood bark mulch

Most people’s gardens grow plants that prefer their soil neutral to sweet (alkaline). Hardwood bark mulch is the best for those plants. It decomposes into a rich, sweet-smelling black dirt, and it looks ever so tidy while doing it. Plus, hardwood bark mulch is the best for amending your soil. The problem is, it’s expensive, especially when you’re buying it from a garden center at a dollar seventeen a bag (and they’re not big bags, either).


As stated in the name, cedar mulch is made from clippings of cedar trees. Cedar mulch is better at repelling insects, it lasts much longer than other hardwood mulches and restrict fungus and bacteria growth. All while displaying a nice natural color. Some downsides are it can be more expensive, wont add to the nutrients of the soil as quickly and some find that cedar mulch’s smell is off-putting.

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