When you mulch your trees each season, it helps their roots retain moisture and keeps them healthy.
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Instead of bagging leaves or pine needles for the trash, use them to make free mulch.
These simple tasks are on every pro’s landscape to-do list this fall. Cross them off your list before winter sets in.
Mulch helps to prevent water loss, buffer soil temperatures and suppress weeds. Here’s a breakdown of the most popular types of mulches for South Florida, and why you may want to consider one over another.
A layer of mulch prevents weed seeds from sprouting and best of all, the materials are free.
Take time to prune, rake and mulch your yard now to make it easier next gardening season.
Use these simple strategies to prepare fallen leaves for use as mulch right now, and again in next year’s veggie garden.
Jump-start your next season by taking on garden chores now. Rake, mulch and trim back your perennial blooms.
Damage caused by freezing and thawing is the most serious threat to dormant perennials and shrubs in a low-snow winter. Spread a fresh blanket of mulch now to protect your plants.
When you fertilize your berries and renew mulches in early fall, berry plants will have everything they need to prepare for next year’s crop.
Mulch is an investment that pays off all season. Scatter mulch around plants now.
Leafy greens and other crops will look even better when the rest of the garden gets a fall facelift with fresh mulch.