Mulching Tips To Make Your Garden Beds Stand Out

No doubt, applying a layer of mulch is one of the best things you can do for your trees and bedding plants. Not only will it be aesthetically pleasing by adding color and texture to a landscape, but mulch also helps to retain moisture, suppress the growth of weeds, and act as an insulator.  Organic mulches also have many natural benefits such as: Help prevent soil compaction, act as a soil conditioner, and even encourage the presence of natural aerators, like earthworms. Add nutrients by contributing to the availability of potassium and can add nitrogen, phosphorus, and trace elements to the soil. Are an ideal way to make use of recycled yard waste. Mulching materials can either be organic or inorganic. Common organic mulches include: wood chips shredded bark pine needles shredded leaves straw Lawn clippings and even crop by products such as ground corncobs and hulls from buckwheat or cocoa beans...

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