Originated From
AOL Search

Where to buy bulk landscaping mulch

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

2 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

We buy our landscaping mulch in bulk (scoop loads) at our local greenhouse.  I don't know where you can buy it, not sure where you live.  You should google mulch by the scoop and your area and see what comes up.  1 place here is $50 a full scoop and the other place was only $35 a scoop, so check around.

you can get that in Garden stores or in any local Garden center, you can ask then for bulk purchase.

Houston Landscape

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Best botanical gardens in asia

best botanical gardens in asia

Asked: Does artificial grass increase value of home?

Does artificial grass increase value of home?

Asked: Garden fountain cannot pump water

My garden fountain pump works well without the fountain hose attached. When I attach the hose, the pump cannot forcefully push water out of the fountain although the pump is still working. Any ideas ...

Be The First To Answer

Other people asked questions on various topics, and are still waiting for answer. Would be great if you can take a sec and answer them

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know

More Questions

Who to contact in Central Louisiana about turnkey landscaping?

Try Google or the Yellow Pages. Unless you're comatose you should be able to find someone.

Where (in season) can I buy Ox-Heart tomato Plants in areas 16114, 06109

It is a heirloom and most people grow from seed. However there are some sites that sell plants. I think Tasteful Garden is one. Do a Google search for "buy oxheart tomato plants" and you will find several sources.

Maintaining mulch

What you definitely have to do is break up solidified mulch which occurs over a season. It is very bad for the garden. It is best to mulch lightly so this doesn't happen so much. Putting down new mulch is something we do annually to enhance the gardens. Old mulch will rot and enrich soil.

Mulch

Get an inexpensive mulch and apply black mulch dye to it.