Organic mulch and stones can transform your Central Florid landscape. The weather is perfect to focus on sprucing up your yard, it can even increase the value of your home! 

There are a few things to keep in mind before you start. For instance, what type of mulch is best for your property, pine bark, chocolate or red mulch, river rock, pea rock, granite, marble chips, crushed concrete, seminole chip, timberlite, or cedar bark rock. 

Some Other Things to Keep in Mind

Cohesive design

After you choose the type and color mulch that accentuates your property, look at it from a couple of different angles. Placing mulch in flower beds, around trees, and walkways, creates a cohesive design. 

Create a Focal Point

Mulch comes in a variety of colors and textures, it can complement the color of your home and create a fun accent feature. 

Great for the Environment 

Mulch is a beneficial ground cover, controls erosion, helps retain moisture, adds nutrients to the soil, insulates the plant roots from the heat and cold, ward off weeds, and looks amazing.

Mulch Protect Against Erosion

Central Florida’s weather, high winds and strong storms, can take on your soil, leaving it susceptible to erosion. Mulch reduces erosion, allowing vital nutrients to stay in the soil.

How Much Mulch to Apply

Applying mulch can be a balancing act. Too much or too little can be detrimental. It is recommended three inches of mulch be applied about twice a year.

Whether it’s a chore or you love taking care of your Central Florida landscape and garden, it can be time consuming. You definitely don’t want all your hard work wasted! Stone, rocks and organic mulch can help you save both time and money in a number of ways. For a limited time Reliable Peat is offering 10% off all bulk orders over 6 yards!