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When you cover the open spaces around plants with a layer of mulch, they benefit in many ways.
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.
Rich, vibrantly colored mulch is the finishing touch to the landscape beds you’re hoping to show off this summer. As days warm up and hammocks beckon, even the most avid landscape lover appreciates a shortcut.
Create a beautiful garden. Learn how to prevent weeds and you’ll stop weed seeds from sprouting. Top off your garden with a layer of mulch for further protection.
Mulch is like jewelry for your yard. Learn how to pick the right color mulch for your outdoor space.
Apply weed preventer to your garden beds now to stop weed seeds from sprouting. Mulch also helps retain moisture in the soil.
You can use wood, bark or pine needle mulch to protect your garden plants in winter. Choose step stones for contrasting textures that delight the eye and ensure many mud-free visits to your winter garden.
Turn your garden garbage into compost and use it to amend your soil the next season.
Give your trees some extra protection when you add mulch. With new or established trees, mulch helps hold moisture in the soil and suppresses weeds and grass that compete for water and nutrients.
Mulch suppresses weeds, slows evaporation, and protects plants, shrubs and trees from harsh weather extremes. Plus, like a just-made bed, a blanket of mulch makes a garden look tidy.
From easy to advanced, create garden paths that suit your style and budget.