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Questions to Ask About Mulches

Mulches of all kinds are used as garden fertilizer and to landscape yards. However, not all mulches are the same. For instance, there are natural organic mulches made from tree bark, leaves, and pine needles, as well as stone-based mulches made from gravel and pebbles. While some are suitable for vegetable gardens, others are more useful for tree and plant bases. A few questions are listed below that you should consider when shopping for a mulch product.

  • What is the mulch or compost made from?
    As you likely know, these fertilizers can be made from various materials, such as cedar chips, dried leaves, tree stump matter, and grinded up gravel. If you are using the mulch on a vegetable garden, you need to make certain it is safe.

  • Will this mulch keep weeds from growing?
    It is common for gardens and topsoil to accumulate weeds. Since most people do not want random weeds, compost and other products are used to suppress them. However, some wood and stone-based mulches work more effectively.

  • Do you have a mulch product that can be used on a playground?
    While many garden composts and fertilizers lock in moisture and nutrients for plants and flowers, playground mulches are generally made from colorful rubber or wooden bark materials. These are typically soft, and easy for kids to play on.

  • What is the price of the compost or fertilizer product?
    Using mulches and compost to landscape your yard and help your garden grow can vary in price. It is common for organic mulches to cost more than cheap compost products that have synthetic or chemical ingredients mixed in.

  • STANDARD LISTINGS:   MULCHES IN/NEAR PORTLAND
    Best Buy In Town Landscape Supply Write review for this local business
    2200 NW Cornelius Pass Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    (503) 645-6665  
    We provide landscaping supplies and services with delivery and recycling. Great prices on our huge selection of nursury and yard materials, such as mulch, river rock, soil, wood chips, and more.
    Northwest Environmental & Recycling
    1 review: *****
    1045 N 4th Ave, Cornelius, OR 97113
    (503) 357-6090 Write review for this local business

    "I found excellent organic compost that was perfect for my gardening needs. Tested for growth quality and toxic chemicals, Northwest products are healthy and environmentally friendly. With quick local delivery, I can easily buy bulk soil blends and other landscaping supplies. They were recommended by my local organic CSA Master Gardener, and I will definitely continue to spread the word! ..."
    McFarlane's Bark Inc Write review for this local business
    13345 SE Johnson Rd, Portland, OR 97222
    (503) 659-4240  
    Grimm's Fuel Co Write review for this local business
    18850 SW Cipole Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062
    (503) 692-3756  
    Clackamas Compost Products Write review for this local business
    11620 SE Capps Rd, Clackamas, OR 97015
    (503) 557-1028  
    Pro-Gro Mixes & Materials Write review for this local business
    26045 SW Grahams Ferry Rd, Sherwood, OR 97140
    (503) 682-3500  
    McFarlane's Write review for this local business
    8806 NE 117th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98662
    (360) 892-6125  
    Best Buy In Town Landscape Supply Write review for this local business
    2200 NW Cornelius Pass Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    (503) 645-6665  
    Clackamas Landscape Supply Inc Write review for this local business
    1795 Washington St, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 656-2891  
    Recology Inc Write review for this local business
    2200 NE Orchard Ave, McMinnville, OR 97128
    (503) 472-3943  
    Willamette Landscape Supply Write review for this local business
    3425 Blossom Dr NE, Salem, OR 97305
    (503) 304-7546  
    Terra Gardens Nursery & Bark Write review for this local business
    270 Cordon Rd NE, Salem, OR 97317
    (503) 581-0441  
    Compost Oregon Write review for this local business
    8715 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR 97317
    (503) 749-3117  
    NW Greenlands, A Recology Co Write review for this local business
    2140 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97302
    (503) 585-4510  
    Decorative Bark Write review for this local business
    40873 24th St, Lyons, OR 97358
    (503) 859-3761  
    Processing & Recovery Center Write review for this local business
    29969 Camp Adair Rd, Monmouth, OR 97361
    (541) 745-5831  
    PRO Bark Write review for this local business
    5700 SW Reservoir Ave, Corvallis, OR 97333
    (541) 738-0329  
    Ttb Forest Products Write review for this local business
    28970 Highway 34, Corvallis, OR 97333
    (541) 757-8857  
    Lael's Moon Garden Nursery Write review for this local business
    17813 Moon Rd SW, Rochester, WA 98579
    (360) 273-9567  

    Garden stores sell mulch, fertilizer, and compost throughout the spring and summer for customers to make their landscapes thrive and produce beautiful flowers, tall trees, and healthy plants. Topsoil must maintain a certain level of moisture so plants stay healthy once the weather warms up. Mulch and compost typically need to be applied annually, while fertilizer may need a more frequent cycle.

    Tree stump, cedar, pine needles, and wood chips are a few organic mulches available at garden stores. Stones, gravel, and rubber are also available for walkways, gardens, and playgrounds. Garden stores offer mulch that is enriched with nutrients to promote healthy growth. Double grind and colored mulch are also available to choose from at many locations.

    Employees at garden stores often have taken agriculture courses or have grown up enjoying the hobby, and have learned over the years about the different types of mulches. Employees are available to help customers determine how much mulch, fertilizer, or compost they need for the size of their landscape.

    Garden stores have a wide range of supplies gardeners need. They help customers buy the plants, flowers, and vegetable seeds that are best suited to the type of soil and environment the area has. Once the garden has been made, customers are able to visit the store and choose bark, pine needles, rubber, or cedar mulch to load up in their vehicle to take home. Some stores may have the option of delivering large quantity of bark, wood chips, or gravel bags to the customer's home if they pay an additional fee.




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