6,824 mulch Home Design Photos

Sirius Landscapes, Inc.
Stone
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How were they applied on sand, dirt or over mulch, any steps to help achieve the level and neatness in placement ?
Mulch, mulch, mulch. In Texas you can't overstate the importance of mulch. Mulch suppresses weeds and helps maintain soil moisture that can be easily sucked out by our hot summer sun. Look for a good hardwood shredded type like a Texas native hardwood mulch and apply a 3-inch layer over all planted areas
areas. Be careful to avoid heaping mulch on the base of plants — aim to spread it out in a gradually thinning layer right around the plants' stems and trunks.
“It's what I'm looking for” — trisben22
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Herb House Garden
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Shells like mulch in the garden
wood = foolproof combo. Wood makes for one of the most natural, least fussy pairings with green — think of rows of lettuces in the garden atop wood mulch, bright green leaves against the gray-brown trunk of a tree or these thick tufts of lavender against the weathered wood exterior.
“Lavender along our barn” — vel3030
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
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The mulch in this photo was probably shredded redwood or cedar, but may have been fir bark. It does not stop weeds but helps in their control. We don't prefer
MULCHING Add a layer of mulch around new plants. Mulch adds an extra layer of protection for plants — especially new ones. A 2- to 4-inch layer of mulch will help retain soil moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and warm in winter, and help keep weeds away. When applying mulch it is important
insects can flourish. A general rule is to keep mulch at least 3 to 6 inches away from the base of a plant.
Add a layer of mulch around new plants. Mulch adds an extra layer of protection for plants
plants — especially new ones. A 2- to 4-inch layer of mulch will help retain soil moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and warm in winter, and help keep weeds away. When applying mulch it is important not to let it touch the base of your tree or plant, because it can create a warm, moist area where disease
“garden 1” — tracymoncure
Jacki Mallick Designs, LLC.
2 Reviews
Palm Beach Bungalow
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like the idea of replacing mulch with beach glass.
traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures.
use sea glass instead of mulch...
also make a big difference — replace traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures.
difference — replace traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures.
Beach glass as mulch - maybe as a accent by the pool
naturally) and outdoor curtains brings a sense of drama to the front of a house. Small tweaks can also make a big difference — replace traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures.
“trees” — mimistreet
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Sculpture Garden & Pool
Ideabooks3,156
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Mulch rather than ground cover. Looks very natural.
I like the way the mulch softens the space between the pavers. Unites it with the mulch under the greenscape
big pavers laid through dark, contrasting mulch
maybe I could install myself - stones in mulch bed?
Large bluestone steppers in mulch
pavers with mulch between
pavers and mulch...not mulch
“Stone” — mjhoag
Le jardinet
Sunset Shades
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be both a mulch and a natural fertilizer. Letting it soak in over winter is also a smart idea.
mulch... Eventually you won’t even need mulch. After a few years, as your plants establish, you won’t really need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller
compost can be both a mulch and a natural fertilizer. Letting it soak in over winter is also a smart idea.
Eventually you won’t even need mulch. After a few years, as your plants establish, you won’t really need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve soil moisture. If anything, I’d say top-dress with some nice compost in
in the fall, since compost can be both a mulch and a natural fertilizer. Letting it soak in over winter is also a smart idea.
“ni e” — unit1974
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Eichler front yard
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Organic Mulch Organic mulches are typically wood products: materials such as pine needles or bark, shredded cedar, aspen chips, arborists' tree trimmings or even
good use of rock and mulch
Love the curve off softly tufted bunch grasses - low maintenance, use of mulch.
Organic MulchOrganic mulches are typically wood products: materials such as pine needles or bark, shredded cedar, aspen chips, arborists' tree trimmings or even recycled Christmas trees. However, compost, grass clippings, nut hulls, ground corn cobs ...
“grasses” — tmclainut
Melissa Gerstle Design
6 Reviews
Lee
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freeze and mulch lightly over the winter.
Fall Aster (Symphotrichum oblongifolium) zones 4a to 9b full sun mature size 2'-3' blooms late summer to fall plant in spring or fall; pinch back growth throughout the summer to encourage tight-growing form; cut back after 1st killing frost. Mulch lightly
spring or fall, and pinch back growth regularly throughout the summer to encourage a tight-growing form. Cut back after the first killing freeze and mulch lightly over the winter.
color, few perennials can measure up to Frikart’s aster. Use it anywhere in borders or let it naturalize in prairie or meadow gardens. (Be sure to mulch the plant in winter in colder zones.) ‘Monch’ is one of the most gardenworthy aster cultivars, sporting an exuberant display of lavender-blue flowers
“fall aster USDA zones: 4a to 9b Water requirement: Average Light requirement: Full sun Mature size:” — devoehome
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