Our Premium Mulches
When selecting mulch for your project, only aged hardwood should be used. Aged hardwood mulch last much longer, looks better and truly enhances your home.
The coloring of mulch has grown in popularity over the past years. We have not always been a fan of these mulches, primarily because of the woods they are made of. All the dyes are produced from environmentally safe, all natural color enhancements. All products are 100% safe for your children, pets, plants and even along streams.
The positives of these products is the longer lasting color. The mulch will still biodegrade at the same rate as our premium hardwoods, but hold the color for at least 8-12 months longer.
One common misconception is that heavier, coarser mulch will erode less than finely ground mulch. This is not the case. If you've got a high-erosion area, your best bet is to use a triple ground mulch.
Our mulch is made only from the finest aged hardwood. Our mulch varieties are listed below.
Premium Bark Mulch
This is a rich brown mulch made from the bark of hardwood trees. This type of mulch behaves differently than mulch made from the wood of these trees. It lays flatter and locks together. This is excellent for erosion areas. The size of the mulch ranges from a pen cap to coffee grounds.
Triple Ground Colored Enhanced Hardwood Fines
This finely ground hardwood mulch is quickly becoming one of our best sellers. It lays flat, stays put, and retains its dark brown color better than any mulch we have used. I personally have this mulch around my home and couldn't be happier with it.
Organic Double Ground Hardwood
This is a naturally aged brown hardwood mulch. It contains no dyes or treatments. This mulch is used by villages, schools, and homeowners ; and the low price makes it a great value! The sizes of this mulch range from a golf pencil to fines. This is a great choice for weed suppression.
Double Ground Dark Brown Color Enhanced
This is our best seller! The 100% environmentally safe and pet friendly dark brown color adds new life to faded mulch beds and landscaping. It is great for weed suppression and maintaining moisture in the soil.
Red Hardwood Mulch
We make our red mulch using hardwood so it has a darker richer red, which we take pride in and we think you will too.
Black Hardwood Mulch
Black enhanced mulch seems to be popular in the eastern U.S. but is gaining popularity as it creeps into the central states. Try this mulch if you would like a distinct look, different from everyone else.