Mulch

Mulch benefits

Mulching has the ability to be essential to the survival of your landscape during a drought. Mulch will reduce the amount of water that evaporates from your soil, greatly reducing your need to water your plants. Improves the quality of your soil by breaking up clay and allowing better water and air movement through the soil. Provides nutrients to sandy soil and improves its ability to hold water. Acts as an insulating layer on top of soil, keeping it cooler in the summer. It also keeps weeds down, and the weeds that do grow are much easier to remove.

The many choices of mulch:

Premium hardwood mulch is a great standard of bed beautification. This is also the most cost affective when is comes to spreading mulch around the house. A double or triple shred is very common when choosing this particular style of hardwood mulch. Premium hardwood handles the change in climate especially well.

Unlike many other types of organic mulch, cedar mulch decomposes slowly, taking years to break down, so it needs to be replenished less frequently. The resins in cedar mulch emit a pleasant scent. Anyone who has a cedar closet or dresser drawers lined with cedar knows that cedar has pesticide properties and may keep certain types of insects away from plants

Red dyed mulch will give your landscape beds the boost of color you are looking for around the property. Iron oxide is a chemical compound that is used to give various cosmetics and paints their red or crimson colors. According to the Mulch and Soil Council Colorant Committee’s 2006 toxicological report on red mulches treated with iron oxide, these mulches pose little to no threat to the environment. Although one of the more expensive mulches on the marked, people love the upbeat appearance to the property.

Red dyed mulch will give your landscape beds the boost of color you are looking for around the property. Iron oxide is a chemical compound that is used to give various cosmetics and paints their red or crimson colors. According to the Mulch and Soil Council Colorant Committee’s 2006 toxicological report on red mulches treated with iron oxide, these mulches pose little to no threat to the environment. Although one of the more expensive mulches on the marked, people love the upbeat appearance to the property.

Design One – Mulch Service

Mulch is one of the common basic landscape beautification techniques. Here, at Design One we believe that mulch is a task which should be completed with professionalism, ease and quickness. With our experienced and dedicated staff, turning your beds into a work of art is the first step of showing the ultimate beauty of your home. Give us a call and we will give you a prompt and fair quote to help you with your bedding this season.

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