Fine Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch is the most popular mulch. With a fine-texture, uniform size and medium to dark brown color this mulch provides a pleasing, natural, finishing touch to any planting bed. As with our other quality mulches, Fine Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch conserves water, suppresses weeds, moderates soil temperatures and adds valuable organic content to planting beds.
Cedar Mulch is shredded and has a reddish-brown color and pleasing aroma. It contains cedar oil and therefore lasts longer than most mulch. Because Cedar Mulch has a fibrous texture, it tends to hold together on sloped surfaces. A native Texas recycled product, Cedar Mulch is reported to repel insects, decompose slowly and hold its color longer than cypress. It is one of the finest mulches on the market.
Native Mulch is produced by Living Earth taking branches and leaves from Landscapers, homeowners and others to make Premium Native Mulch. We process and cure this material into an attractive, affordable product.
Black Diamond Mulch is made of Pine Bark and Fine Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch and certain proprietary additives. Combining the qualities of both types of mulches as well as some additional proprietary materials, Black Diamond has the fine texture of Hardwood with the deep rich color and the smell of pine. It is a mulch with a distinctive dark, rich color.
Pecan Shell Mulch consists of pecan shells which are a natural byproduct of the Texas pecan industry. They are an excellent choice for use on all planting areas to conserve water, suppress weeds, moderate soil temperatures, lower pH, and add valuable nutrients.
Red Colored Mulch has become a favorite "decorative mulch." Made from recycled wood, this mulch is dyed red, making any mulched area stand out, especially when it is installed on an area bordering green grass.
Course Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch is dark brown and fine-textured. When used as a top dressing it moderates soil temperature, suppresses weed growth and conserves moisture. As it decomposes, Hardwood Bark Mulch adds vital organic content into the soil beneath.