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Mulching shrub beds is a great way to add uniformity to your landscape. Mulch also helps prevent weeds, holds moisture, and in most cases, adds organic matter to the soil.

Since the year 2000, dyed mulches have gained in popularity. Even though dyed mulch is generally more expensive per cubic yard, many people feel it's worth it since these mulch products hold their color much longer. Some dyed mulches are made from ground-up pallets and other waste wood sources.

The most commonly used mulch is a by-product of the timber industry; "shredded" tree bark. Prior to the milling of logs, they are "de-barked" and the bark is stockpiled -- this is what's known as "single shredded bark".
  • Double Ground Hardwood Mulch
  • Black Dyed Mulch
  • Brown Dyed Mulch
  • Red Dyed Mulch
  • Yucatan Red Cedar Mulch
  • Bark Mulch
  • Hemlock Mulch
  • 100% Natural Cedar Mulch
  • Horizon Black Cedar Mulch

Topsoil

Topsoil is the upper, outermost layer of soil where most nutrients for plants are found. It has the highest concentration of organic matter and microorganisms and is where most of the Earth's biological soil activity occurs. This is a great all-purpose soild, designed for growing shrubs, trees and other plants that thrive in a fungal dominated environment. Plants generally concentrate their roots in and obtain most of their nutrients from topsoil.

Rocks & Stones

When it comes to rock, L.I. Mulch Delivery offers round rock, crushed rock, pea gravel, beach sand, soil blends, cinder rock, garden sand & pumice.

Long Island Mulch Delivery also delivers all rock free. Please contact us to find out more.