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1732 Peachtree Parkway    Cumming, Georgia 

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Locally Owned and Operated Since 1991 
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SUPPLIES
  • Brown Mulch 
  • Color Enhanced Mulch
  • Pea Gravel 
  • Bermuda Sod
  • Pine Straw
  • Top Soil 
  • River Sand 
  • Fieldstone
1. How thick do I need to spread mulch?
We recommend spreading mulch 3-4 inches thick in order to get the most out of it. If there is some existing mulch in the area already, then 1-2 inches may be sufficient. I suggest that you remove existing mulch if you are changing to something different, unless the older mulch is already decomposed.

2. How long will my mulch last?
Most mulch will not need freshening for approximately one year, if a 3-inch layer is initially put down. As mulch decomposes, it adds organic matter to the soil that is very beneficial, so although mulch will need replenishing, it is enriching the soil as it breaks down. The lasting power of mulch depends on many variables, such as how thick it is spread, exposure to the sun, how much it is irrigated, how much it is walked on, and particle size.

3. What are the benefits of mulch?
Mulch helps to keep weeds down, keeps the soil moist, and it protectsthe plants roots from heaving, which is when they come up out of the soil due to the soil alternating freezing and thawing. Mulch also keeps plants cleaner because soil does not splash up on the flowers and foliage, and it improves the aesthetics of your entire landscape.

4. Does mulch attract termites?
Mulch is not an attractive food source for termites. They prefer larger, woody material that is 6 inches plus in diameter.

5. How much mulch do I need?
Measure length and width of flowerbeds.  (Length x Width = Square Footage)
Divide square footage by either 108, 162 or 81 (depending on the thickness you want) and this is how many cubic yards you need.

1 cubic yard will cover:
108 square feet, if spread 3 inches thick.
162 square feet, if spread 2 inches thick.
81 square feet, if spread 4 inches thick.
How much mulch do I need?

Measure length and width of flower bed.  
(Length x Width = Square Footage)

Divide square footage by either 108, 162 or 81 (depending on the thickness you want)  This is how many cubic yards you need.

1 cubic yard will cover:
108 square feet, if spread 3 inches thick.
162 square feet, if spread 2 inches thick.
81 square feet, if spread 4 inches thick.
We offer a wide range of products and services to meet both residential and commercial needs. Our expert sales staff will assist you to choose the best product and correct amount needed to complete your project.

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