What is best mulching with hardwood mulch or pine needles?

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I think you should be able to get coasters to put the chair legs on. They have carpet on the bottoms so they don't damage the floors.
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How to remove Pine Straw from Mulch?

This article has to do with mulching trees and shrubs, but it doesn't specifically answer your question. I would ask the person that wrote it (his e mail is at the bottom of the page), since he seems to be very knowledgeable about the subject.

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