Pine Bark mulches are a great organic choice. An advantage of the bark based mulches is they take longer to break down so you don’t have to apply them as often. They come in a range of grades, from fine and medium to coarse. It’s best to use medium to coarse grade bark mulches because they don’t absorb any moisture and allow rainfall, or irrigation water, to penetrate the soil where it’s needed.
Studies have confirmed that mulch prevents water loss through evaporation and helps to buffer soil temperatures. Mulching the garden can inhibit weed germination or suppress weed growth. Eucalyptus has a moderate settling rate, meaning it lasts longer in the landscape.Eucalyptus is also one of the mulches that showed the least change in colour after a two year period.
Leaf mulch returns nutrients back to the soil. Your lawn and gardens will require less fertilizer and other additives. By keeping your lawns nutrients in place, your lawn will be able to cycle important nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous.
Leaf mulch helps retain moisture in your soil. When soil is covered, the mulch lowers the soil’s exposure to sun and wind which reduces evaporation. This will help protect against drought and also reduce the need to water your lawn.
Leaf mulch can help keep those pesky weeds down. Add a thick layer (75-100mm) to gardens to reduce your need for herbicides.
A great balance between appearance, durability and economy. Made from mixed sustainable hardwoods. A good choice for busy play areas.
Long lasting natural timber chip ideal for moisture retention and weed suppression. Used in both domestic and commercial applications.For domestic usage 75-100mm is suggested.
A whole tree wood chip displaying a beautiful red hue. The bigger particles break down slower than regular ground mulches. They are popular with landscape designers as they create a dramatic ground cover that has great visual appeal.