5,039 mulch Home Design Photos

Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks4,735
Questions5
What is the mulch/gravel/dirt used around stepping stone? Thank you, Raquel
Use organic mulches. A 3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
stone path through garden, dark mulch
organic mulches. A 3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
6. Use organic mulches. A 3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds
“Path” — Denice Deback
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks2,607
Questions2
Rock and bark mulch for at cabin
look of mulch for the dog's pathway
use of gravel & mulch & not grass
for dog - looks like water, large mulch border, low edging plants
Use two different types of mulch
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 your dog eats it, it can cause the same bad reactions as chocolate. Many baits for snails, rats and other pests can be fatal. If you must use them, make sure your dog can’t get
“Path” — Karen
Kaufman Construction Design and Build
13 Reviews
Addition and Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks312
Questions0
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.
add mulch for neatness and to prevent weeds
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.
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, this is even more important
“dog friendly yard” — lrkuehn
Field Outdoor Spaces
9 Reviews
Minnetonka Woodland 1
Ideabooks243
Questions0
Stay away from dyed mulches, which can leach bad chemicals into your soil. Don't buy cypress mulch, either; it's often the product of clear-cut young forests that are never replenished.
from dyed mulches, which can leach bad chemicals into your soil. Don't buy cypress mulch, either; it's often the product of clear-cut young forests that are never replenished.
Mulch--Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable
provide free mulch, but if you buy the bagged stuff, be careful. Stay away from dyed mulches, which can leach bad chemicals into your soil. Don't buy 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 of
“Backyard” — David Haron
McGuire Furniture Company
The Barbara Barry Outdoor Collection
Ideabooks481
Questions0
if our third attempt to patch doesn't work, I could mulch under tree
Mulch or Tree Bark Floor option
organic mulches: •They are not permanent and will need to be replaced over time. •They may harbor insect pests.
Organic mulch won't hold or radiate heat, making it a good choice for urban areas. •Most are lightweight and 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.
organic mulches: Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture to reach the plants' root zone. As they decompose, they contribute 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 for homeowners to
“How gorgeous is this?!” — farmdreaming
Miller Creek Lawn & Landscape
Hanson Project
Ideabooks3,349
Questions2
The mulch we used is a shredded hard wood, so it has some weight to it. To remove the leaves from the area, we simply use a hand-held or backpack blower and blow out of the area and onto the lawn for easy removal.
path way and mulch under oak trees?
Flagstone and mulch mix
mulch...sides of house
woodland with mulch and path
Natural Stone path in mulch
Mulch,tall trees,stone steps
mulched path...woods with mulch...walkway in mulch...flagstone in mulch...bark mulch
“Walk area to the pool” — godleywisdom
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,251
Questions4
gravel and wood mulch. also note veg. beds
incorporation of garden boxes into gravel/mulch
limestone crushed gravel & dark mulch
Mulch around all plants to prevent the roots from getting cold.
mulch and sand path? brown wood vegetable box
gravel walkway w/mulch a good and more economical way to go
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from winter cold. Make sure you have a good 2- to 3-inch layer of shredded hardwood mulch, but avoid heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly
"feather" mulch up to the base stem or trunk of a plant for the best coverage.
“Path and planter boxes” — Katy Blodgett
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Asian Contemporary
Ideabooks689
Questions0
slate chip mulch and boulders. Westhauser Photography
I like the inorganic stone mulch look
the rock mulch colors with greenery. and the arrangement of all.
used inorganic mulches if near areas risking forest fire
crushed rock mulch-good for high wind
Asian grey rock mulch and boulder & plants
inorganic mulches:Highly stable and should be considered a permanent part of your landscape.One of river rock or crushed stone is ideal in areas where high winds or forest fires are a threat.A wide variation in color, texture and size makes them very adaptable for creative landscape designs.Disadvantages
inorganic mulches: Most absorb and radiate heat, warming the living environment for both you and your plants.Cost and considerations: A locally sourced product will be easier on your budget than those imported from another region.A ton of 1 1/2-inch rock will cover 55 square feet to a 3-inch depth.Rock products
“japanese influence” — papr
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