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landscaping materials - mulch, avoid toxic plants
can also cause problems. While mulch is a great choice for a garden and mostly soft on paws, steer clear of cocoa mulch. The smell may be great, but if
no cocoa mulch - bad for dogs...Backyard River rock and mulch walkway...Mulch & gravel - hard to keep seperate...no cocoa mulch with a dog...The dark grey with dark brown mulch.
“rocks and mulch = less mowing!!” — mariaguas
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
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Asian Contemporary
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Japanese Hakone Grass in slate chip mulch. Westhauser Photography
Where do you purchase slate chip mulch? I never heard of it.
i like the dark shade of mulch...Like the slate chip mulch...slate chip mulch...chip mulch...No mulch!...Black rock instead mulch??!!...Slate chips for mulch
“All” — jennyg1779
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The Barbara Barry Outdoor Collection
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Advantages of organic mulches: Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture
organic mulches: They are not permanent and will need to be replaced over time.
I would love to clear out under oak trees on property and put mulch or bark
Advantages of organic mulches: Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture to reach the plants' root zone. As they decompose, they contribute nutrients
nutrients to both soil organisms and plants. Organic mulch won't hold or radiate heat, making it a good choice for urban areas.Most are lightweight and easy
easy for homeowners to work with.Disadvantages of organic mulches:They are not permanent and will need to be replaced over time.They may harbor insect pests
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Gravel only on the pathways and mulch where
incorporation of garden boxes into gravel/mulch
stone pavers in mulch, near bright green groundcover
shredded hardwood mulch, but avoid heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly rot the plants. I like to "feather" mulch up to the base stem
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from
and wood mulch. also note veg. beds
“Idea: concrete raised beds” — catlips
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
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Siberian Iris and Japanese Hakone Grass with slate chip mulch and boulders. Westhauser Photography
Beautiful and peaceful, mulch echoes a riverbed
Advantages of inorganic mulches: Highly stable and should be considered a permanent part of your landscape
Advantages of inorganic mulches:Highly stable and should be considered a permanent part of your landscape.One of river rock or crushed stone is ideal in
very adaptable for creative landscape designs.Disadvantages of inorganic mulches: Most absorb and radiate heat, warming the living environment for both you
Rock Garden with Rundle rock mulch
“Advantages of inorganic mulches: Highly stable and should be considered a permanent part of your lan” — katpur24
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for dog paws. Using fine bark as a mulch works too, but not cocoa mulch — ever. For smooth-coated dogs, thicker mulch is good; for dogs with longish fur
but not cocoa mulch — ever. For smooth-coated dogs, thicker mulch is good; for dogs with longish fur, you may want to avoid even small mulch, because it
for dog paws. Using fine bark as a mulch works too, but not cocoa mulch — ever. For smooth-coated dogs, thicker mulch is good; for dogs with longish fur
you may want to avoid even small mulch, because it will attach to your dog and end up all over your house.
4. Mulch. If you don't have many plants
plants, this is even more important. Mulch creates a tidy look, but even more important, it suppresses weeds and helps retain moisture in the soil. Be careful
“Mulch - next year, for sure!” — ladysocrates
Field Outdoor Spaces
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Minnetonka Woodland 1
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Stay away from dyed mulches, which can leach bad chemicals into
such a good idea to add mulch 2-3 inches to
cypress mulch, either; it's often the product of clear-cut young forests that are never replenished.
Garden 2013 MULCH Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches
4. Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable, to lock in soil moisture and prevent weeds. (Who wants to water more
me!) Again, some cities provide free mulch, but if you buy the bagged stuff, be careful. Stay away from dyed mulches, which can leach bad chemicals into
into your soil. Don't buy cypress mulch, either; it's often the product of clear-cut young forests that are never replenished. Time to spread it around: 20
“Some plantings and mulch” — nbvpb
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Sustainable House
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Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials
frogs and kids. Nature abhors a vacuum, and mulch is a vacuum devoid of life. In nature” “Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials
kids. Nature abhors a vacuum, and mulch is a vacuum devoid of life. In nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow
kids. Nature abhors a vacuum, and mulch is a vacuum devoid of life. In nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense garden full of life and shelter
“wildflowers in swale” — Tania Summers
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