22,767 leaf mulch Home Design Photos

Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Engleman ivy and bamboo rake
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leaves as a mulch, 4 to 6 inches deep. Apply now to new planting areas to maintain soil warmth and permit better root growth, apply to bare soil areas to prevent erosion, or apply after the ground has frozen to prevent frost heave and premature soil warming in spring. • Keep leaf mulch 6 inches away
Use leaves as a mulch, 4 to 6 inches deep. Apply now to new planting areas to maintain soil warmth and permit better root growth, apply to bare soil areas to prevent erosion, or apply after the ground has frozen to prevent frost heave and premature soil warming in spring. Keep leaf mulch 6 inches away
compost bin, shred them with the mower and reapply them to a shrub border as winter mulch or discreetly corral them in a wire cage somewhere handy so you can spread them next year when they have decomposed into rich, dark mulch.
“painting” — petalpowerzz
Gardening with Confidence®
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Gardening with Confidence® new bed edging.JPG
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Make new beds. Cover with 8-10 layers of newspaper & 4" of leaf mulch. Start by driveway corners.
edge, turning this dirt into the new bed, and cover with 8 to 10 layers of newspaper. Cover with about 4 inches of chopped leaves or composted leaf mulch. Now sit back and let nature take her course. Your bed will be ready for planting in the spring.
an edge, turning this dirt into the new bed, and cover with 8 to 10 layers of newspaper. Cover with about 4 inches of chopped leaves or composted leaf mulch.Now sit back and let nature take her course. Your bed will be ready for planting in the spring.
“Rocks” — esparco
Gardening with Confidence®
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Maring a new bed
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garden beds. Put down several layers of newspaper. Add organic matter such as leaf mulch as final top dressing. Work ground in existing beds with garden fork to loosen soil. Notice pavers in pic.
existing garden bed. For a new site, mark the area of the new bed and dress it with several layers of newspaper. Add organic matter, such as composted leaf mulch, as the final top dressing. For existing beds, work the ground with a garden fork to loosen the soil and mix in the organic matter. In doing so,
“Planning new beds” — Julie Abshire
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Gardening with Confidence®
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Helen's Haven mulch
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Time to fertilize flowering ornamentals. Decaying leaf mulch provides nutrients. After a soil test may need an organic fertilizer.
Fertilize. February is the time to fertilize your flowering ornamentals. My beds get most of their nutrients from decaying composted leaf mulch, but oftentimes after a soil test, I will use an organic fertilizer.
“frontplanter” — weiandrita
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Moss & Moss Lawns
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moss lawn, leaf mulch
ball sculptures, leaves as mulch
“SHADE, MOSS” — jackdawrook
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
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Crystal Springs Road
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Trees with their own leaf mulch
mulch under trees no hard border
“Hopefully our woods eventually” — krobertson6687
Mulch and Stone L.L.C.
Mulches - Colored Mulch - Leaf Mulch
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Mulches - Colored Mulch - Leaf Mulch
leaf mulch delivered
Mulch and Stone L.L.C.
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Mulch and Stone L.L.C.
Mulches - Colored Mulch - Leaf Mulch
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Mulches - Colored Mulch - Leaf Mulch
Red Mulch and Decorative River Rock
Mulch and Stone L.L.C.
Red dyed mulch
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