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Cypress Mulch Blend
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All natural cypress protects soil for healthier plants

Organic Pine Bark Mulch
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An all natural mulch for any garden mainly used to hold moisture, control erosion and weeds.

Large Pine Bark Nuggets
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Beautifies landscape and provides temperature protection, weed control, moisture retention and soil preservation.

Profile FlocLoc
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A flocculating soil moderator that clots soil particles suspended in water dropping them from runoff.

Profile EcoFibre Wood With Tack
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A high quality mulch that naturally blends in with the environment and does not produce clumping and crusting.

Profile ProPlus BioPrime 18-0-0
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A professional bio-stimulant for improved vegetation and long term plant vitality for re-vegetation of uncovered soils.

Pennington One Step Complete Bermuda Mulch
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Mulch perfect for repairing bare spots with disease resistant, healthy grass.

Profile Slikcolor
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A high-concentrated marker dye for enhanced visual metering to help improve the color of all types of hydraulic mulches.

Profile Flexterra High Performance - Flexible Growth Medium
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An advanced formula that boosts high performance erosion control and revegetation for steep slopes and critical sites.

Profile Pro-Matrix Engineered Fiber Matrix
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Composed of 100% recycled thermally refined wood fibers hydro-mulch that is very effective with erosion control.

Soil Cover Wood Fiber
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It will reduce soil erosion while helping improve turf coverage.

Soil Cover Cellulose
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A soil cover with cellulose, helps in plant growth and creates a great natural looking outdoor living area.

Nature Scapes Color Enhanced Mulch
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Scott's best mulch, preventing weeds naturally and keeping year-long color, guaranteed! Comes in Classic Black, Sierra Red, or Deep Forest Brown.

Pennington 1 Step Dense Shade Mulch
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Mulch perfect for repairing bare spots with disease resistant, healthy grass.

Pennington One Step Complete Tall Fescue Mulch
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Mulch perfect for repairing bare spots with disease resistant, healthy grass.

Soil Cover 70 / 30 Blend
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Make any outdoor area and living area look healthy and natural with this perfect blend of soil cover.

Soil Cover 70 / 30 Blend with Tack
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A soil cover that naturally blends to any area, making it look healthier and presentable.

Soil Moist Mats
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Soil Moist Mats contain water storing polymer woven into a cloth that can be used to line containers, potted plants, and hanging baskets.

Pine Bark Mini Nuggets
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An all purpose ground cover that is perfect for any landscape job and can be a decorative tool for any indoor and outdoor containers.

Profile Hydro - Spray Cellulose Fiber Blend
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Improves the water holding capacity of the soil and minimizes erosion while enhancing the turf coverage.

Pennington One Step Complete Sun and Shade Mulch North
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Mulch perfect for repairing bare spots with disease resistant, healthy grass.

Profile JumpStart 5
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An advanced hydro mulch formula that offers faster and more complete germination for an improved vegetation.

Profile ProPlus Tacking Agent 3
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An effective and convenient binding agent that exceeds the requirements for non alphastic tacking emulsions.

Profile Terra - Matrix
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A blended and thermally refined wood fiber hydro-mulch that prevents erosion and attaches firmly to the soil surface.


Mulch is a great addition to your landscape, because it can protect your plants and help them maintain health and aesthetics. We can help you choose the best mulch for your needs and how to use mulch correctly. Continue reading below the products on this page to learn more about using mulch.

Also see our entire selection of Lawn & Garden products.

Advantages Of Using Mulch

If you take a close look at your neighbor’s immaculate landscaping, you’ll probably notice one, if not several, types of mulch artfully and purposefully placed in all the right spots. This mulch not only serves to make the landscaping look manicured and neat, but also to help the plants in a few ways:

  • Mulch helps prevent water loss from evaporation in the soil, which allows you to conserve water and helps your plants maintain proper hydration.
  • When mulch is weed-free and applied correctly, it can help suppress weed growth in landscaping.
  • Mulches insulate the soil, keeping it cool in the summer and warm in the winter, helping to maintain an even soil temperature and prevent shock to plants.
  • Organic mulches, things made from natural materials like bark or cocoa shells, can improve soil structure as they decompose, adding nutrients and topsoil.
  • Mulch can help aid in absorption of water and aeration to the soil.
  • Creating a beautiful landscape is the goal of many homeowners, and mulch helps to create structure, boundaries, texture and color to your plantings.

Choosing a Mulch

There are several common types of mulch widely available to home gardeners. These include bark, wood chips, sawdust, straw, coco or buckwheat hulls, and landscaping plastic or fabric. Each has their pros and cons, and each has a best use.

  • Bark Mulches and woodchips: Usually found in large chunks, bark and wood chips are best used around trees or shrubs because of their availability, compaction resistance, and blowing resistance. Bark mulches stay better looking longer than woodchips, and people will often reapply a new layer of woodchips each year, causing compaction issues and injuring plants. Woodchips can reduce nitrogen in the soil, so adding nitrogen while using woodchips is often a good idea. Both of these mulches are widely available and relatively inexpensive; some municipalities stockpile woodchips and are often free to haul away.
  • Black plastic or landscaping fabrics: These are common in vegetable gardens or small plantings, and help in the same ways as other mulches but especially in weed suppression. They’re often covered with small stones, pebbles, or other materials for aesthetic reasons.
  • Sawdust, fine bark or woodchips, cocoa shells, buckwheat hulls: These are most often applied in flowerbeds for their aesthetically pleasing qualities. Sawdust and other fine materials have a tendency to compact and suffocate plants. Cocoa shells and buckwheat hulls have limited availability and can be expensive compared to other materials.
  • Combination products: Some mulches contain grass seed and are applied to prevent erosion and encourage healthy lawn and turf growth. Called hydromulch, they are often applied with a sprayer and create a layer of materials usually comprised of recycled paper, wood, and straw.

Using Mulch Correctly: Basic Guidelines

Mulch application will vary based on what type you choose and the plants you’re using it for. However, generally, applying mulch immediately after planting is usually best. For existing plants, add mulch in early spring. Reapplication rates depend on the material; a quick decomposing material will have to be applied more often, and the more established your plants are, the less mulch material you will have to use. Follow these general guidelines for mulch:

  • Weed first (see our selection of herbicides and weed killers)
  • Spread an even layer of material over the designated area
  • Keep mulch a few inches away from woody plant stems
  • Don’t apply mulch right next to exterior walls; leave about six inches of space.
  • Trees require more mulch than other plants. Ideally, apply 6-12 inches beyond the drip line of the tree (directly down from the outer branches.)
  • Fine mulches should not be more than three inches in depth to avoid suffocating the roots of the plants. Large mulches like bark and wood chips can be up to four inches in depth since they allow for proper air circulation. 


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