Mulch

We are proud to carry a wide range of the highest quality soils and mulches to fit all of your landscaping needs.

Our bag your own mulches

Mulches:

Classic Cedar Mulch: Freshly ground White Cedar bark with a fibrous texture and a strong cedar aroma; golden brown in colour.  It knits together to help conserve soil moisture and prevent weed growth.

Shredded Pine Mulch: Freshly ground pine bark with a uniform texture, pine aroma and reddish brown in colour. It has an acidic pH level which helps condition soil.  Use this mulch to help conserve soil moisture and to prevent weed growth.

Enhanced Red Bark Mulch:
A finely ground hardwood bark which has been colour enhanced with natural iron oxides to provide the bright red colour.  This mulch has all the same benefits as Classic Cedar mulch.

Enhanced Brown Bark Mulch: A finely ground hardwood bark which has been colour enhanced with natural iron oxides to provide the rich brown colour.  This mulch has all the same benefits as Classic Cedar mulch.

Enhanced Black Bark Mulch
: A finely ground hardwood bark which has been colour enhanced with natural iron oxides to provide the black colour.  This mulch has all the same benefits as Classic Cedar mulch.

Hemlock Mulch: Freshly ground Hemlock bark with a fibrous texture. It has been composted for 1-2 years to give it its rich, dark, mohogany colour.  This colour will not fade like dyed mulches and also takes longer to decompose.  Provides soil moisture retention and weed control.

 2” Woodchip Mulch:  are recycled from ground up pallets and industrial packaging.  It is processed to a uniform size suitable for pathways and garden beds.  It is a low cost practical product for commercial use.

Red or Black Woodchip Mulch: A coloured hardwood mulch died with iron oxides, approximately 1-2″ in size. Use as aesthetic alternative to shredded mulches.

Playground Mulch: Approximately 1” uniform size which has been created from White Cedar.  Light brown (natural) in colour, similar to 2” Woodchips.

Composted Pine Mulch:
Processed from fresh Pine and composted for 1-2 years, giving it a rich, dark black colour.  It has a low pH level and is high in organic matter making it a great soil conditioner.