BARK MULCHES

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Shredded, Red, Black and Cedar Mulches

Shredded Bark

Shredded bark is a locally produced sawmill bark, and it is an economical solution for your mulching needs. Natural as it gets, it varies in color due to the variety of woods used. It is often used in veggie gardens where appearance takes second place to weed control.
Shredded Bark
Red Mulch

This red mulch is composed of dyed bright red particles that are mostly 1” to 2” long with a finer material in between. It is made from either recycled wood such as old pallets or virgin wood. It tends to hold its color fairly-well for a season and it will mostly fade after two seasons. A fresh annual cover keeps it looking bright red. When it is dumped on the drive, it may leave a red stain; therefore, plan accordingly. 
Red Mulch
Black Mulch

Our black mulch is composed of dyed black wood particles that are mostly 1” to 2” long with a finer material in between. It is made from either recycled wood such as old pallets or virgin wood. This mulch is quickly becoming more popular in this area. It tends to hold its color pretty well for a season and it will mostly fade after two seasons. Like all colored mulches, it can bleed. Therefore, plan accordingly when dumping it on a cement driveway.
Black Mulch
Cedar Mulch

Cedar mulch is a medium-light brown mixture of cedar bark and cedar chips. The bark part of it is stringy or hairy and is dark brown; the wood portion is a lighter colored chip. The chips are mostly 1” to 2” long and ¼” to 1/2” wide. It looks and smells really nice, especially when fresh.

Cedar mulch keeps its color better than hardwood mulch or bark fines because it starts out lighter. It is very consistent in size and color because it comes from one tree species. Cedar wood and cedar bark are naturally resistant to bug infestation. The cedar wood portion of this product is somewhat more resistant to decay than hardwoods. Cedar shredded mulch is produced the same way as the hardwood mulch. Much of the cedar delivered to SW Michigan comes from the Upper Peninsula.

Cedar Mulch
Brown Mulch

This rich brown mulch is composed of dyed brown wood particles that are mostly 1” to 2” long with a finer material in between. It is made from either recycled wood such as old pallets or virgin wood. The brown mulch tends to hold its color fairly well for a season. Because the brown mulch is closer in color to the untreated mulch, it is harder to tell that it is faded as compared to the black and red colored mulches. Using brown colored mulch still, maintains a natural look but also takes advantage of the long-lasting color advantages of using color-enhanced mulches.

Brown Mulch
Gold Mulch


This gold mulch is composed of dyed bright gold particles that are mostly 1” to 2” long with a finer material in between. It is made from either recycled wood such as old pallets or virgin wood. It tends to hold its color fairly well for a season and will be mostly faded after two seasons. A fresh annual cover keeps it looking bright gold. When it is dumped on the drive, it may leave a red stain. Therefore, plan accordingly. 
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Gold Mulch
Bark Fines

Bark fines (aka Double Ground) are medium to medium dark brown particles - about 1/2” and smaller - with a fairly large portion smaller. It is a very popular low-cost mulch that works especially well in beds with many small plants. It is made from virgin wood and bark, which is ground fine, screened and aged to create a fine and uniform texture. It is quite effective in reducing weed growth. The fine texture makes it easy to spread, especially around small plants. It fade characteristics is similar to hardwood shredded mulch.
Bark Fines
Mulches
By the Bushel

Need just a little? All items that are to be sold in bulk are available to be purchased in bushels. You can bring your own containers or we have bags for you if you need them (free of charge). This is a very popular way by which our customers get fresh products in as much or as little as they need. We supply all the tools you need to fill your containers or bags. You can also request us to fill them for you (charges apply). 

If you want a large quantity of 5 or more bushels to be bagged by us, please call ahead and we can have it waiting for you.
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