Mulch Mayhem

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  • 29th March 2017
Mulch Mayhem

Now is the time to lay mulch on your garden and get it ready for the cooler month's ahead.

During March and April, you'll receive $50 discount off selected mulch products* when bought through us (and don't forget we can lay it too!)

Give the lovely ladies a call on 1800 24 74 84 to book your next appointment and get your garden looking gorgeous for the Easter holidays.

PS - in case you've ever wondered why it's important to mulch - here are four good reasons courtesy of the ABC's Gardening Australia:

  1. The first, and probably the most important, is for water conservation. Mulch stops the top of the soil drying out, keeps the soil moist, and can reduce watering by about 60 per cent.
  2. Mulching also prevents weeds and weed seed germination, which compete with plants for moisture and nutrients.
  3. Mulching keeps the soil temperature constant.
  4. By using an organic mulch you’re adding extra organic matter to the soil - which almost all plants benefit from. 

*  Only available some zones

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