Mulch

Mulch makes gardening even easier. Spreading mulch over your garden is a great way to save time, add nutrients to your soil, and keep your plants looking healthy and happy.

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Mulch

We stock a range of mulches for any garden, including premium organic compost mixes, mushroom compost, straw and sugar cane. We also stock a range of woodchip mulches in redwood, blackwood, pine and more.

There are plenty of reasons to spread mulch on your garden. Organic mulches will provide a variety of nutrients as the mulch breaks down and enriches the soil below. Inorganic mulches like stones or pebbles can create unique looks in your garden design.

There are a lot of different mulches out there, all designed for different plants and situations. If you’re not sure which mulch you should be using, or if you can’t see exactly what you’re after, then ask one of our helpful gardening experts. They’re always happy to help!

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What is Mulch?

Mulch is any material – usually organic – that you spread over the top of your soil. Common garden mulches include woodchips, compost mixes, straw or even grass clippings. Using mulch can have a lot of huge benefits for your garden!

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It helps retain moisture. If you struggle with dry or sandy soil, Mulch is an excellent solution. The protective layer of mulch slows the natural evaporation of water from your soil, meaning that you can spend less time watering and more time relaxing.

It adds nutrients as it breaks down. As tiny insects and soil microbes steadily consume organic mulch, they will pass it back into your soil as compost. Choosing the right mulch is a great way to enrich and repair nutrient deficiencies in your soil.

It helps keep weeds away. A thick layer of mulch is a fantastic weed deterrent. It blocks their access through the soil and denies them sunlight, meaning that weeds will barely have a chance to sprout at all. Great news for green thumbs!

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We’ve also put some more comprehensive guides together. These will help you get a better understanding of what your indoor plants need to be happy and healthy. 

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