MULCHES

Black Mulch
Black Mulch

Premium grade mulch crushed jarrah and karri bard, blended with peat. For best moisture retention and weed suppression spread a minimum of 50-100mm thick. This is a popular mulch for every garden

Enviro Mulch
Enviro Mulch

A course blend of composted tree lopping, shredded jarrah and saw dust.Spread between 50mm -100mm thick, a coarse natural mulch used for moisture retention and weed suppression.

Marri Woodchip
Marri Woodchip

Marri Woodchip A beautiful natural Australian hardwood. A lovely ground cover used to enhance the appearance of garden beds

Bush Mulch
Bush Mulch

A blend of wood slithers and jarrah fines. An excellent ground cover reduces weeds, great water retention. Cost effective and suitable for general gardening

Mushroom Mulch
Mushroom Mulch

A blend of composted blue gum fines, straw and pig manure. Spread evenly 100mm thick, adds nutrients and breaks down quicker to build up soil and retain moisture.

Blue Gum Fine
Blue Gum Fine

A coarse blue gum saw dust great for chook pens, horse areas and soft fall. Can be used as mulch great water retention, a budget friendly option.

RECOMMENDATIONS when using mulch:

  • leave 100mm away from base of plant as not to "suffocate" plant and cause stem rot.

  • a thicker layer of mulch will last longer, retain moisture longer and suppress weeds better.

  • a light water after laying will help settle mulch.

  • to "freshen" look of mulch and also help with moisture penetration lightly turn top layer every few months. 

  • well composted mulches that contain manure reduce nitrogen draw down.

Freshly mulced garden bed with bush mulch

 Freshly mulched garden beds

5 photos of various newly mulched gardens