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Mulching is essential if you want a better garden this year! Learn How to Mulch Correctly, what the best mulches are for your herbs, vegetables, and fruits, and what to look for when buying mulch! #mulch #gardening #garden
Do you need to apply a layer or two of mulch to your garden or landscaping? Take a look at these ways to mulch for cheap or free!
The benefits of mulching your garden, what to use for mulch, and the best tips for how to use mulch in your garden.
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Did you know you can use cardboard to kill weeds and help feed your soill. How to lay mulch in your backyard with different types of mulch, around treees. We share DIY ways using cardboard for your soil. We also talk about mulch alternatives like rubber, crushed concrete, and sea glass.
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Using organic mulch is a much better option, and there are many types to choose from based on your growing needs. #gardenideas #mulch #gardentips #gardening #southerngardening #southernliving
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Learn the landscaping pros and cons of mulch vs. rocks including benefits of river rock vs. mulch, and replacing mulch with stone.
Marisah Gruen saved to MIAMI HOME
Not sure if cedar mulch is right for your home landscape? Check out Bob Vila's most important things to know about cedar mulch to help you decide.
Kessarin Somtate saved to Go Green
Adding mulch to the garden should be a staple on every gardener's to-do list. It's a fantastic way to beat weeds and retain moisture. But, being an organic
Jackie Elizabeth Anne saved to Garden/Landscaping
When it comes to mulching a vegetable garden, there are pros and cons to each type you might use. Joe Lamp'l walks through his recommendations and demonstrat...
Jamy Jones saved to Garden/Flowers
Geranienerde, Zitruserde, Rosenerde – im Fachhandel gibt es für fast jede Pflanzengruppe ein besonderes Substrat. Doch braucht man diese Spezialerden wirklich alle?
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