Mulches & Woodchip

The benefits of using mulch on your garden:

  • Mulching reduces evaporation so you need to use less water and waterless.

  • Mulching keeps the soil temperatures cooler. This enables many plants that need cooler roots to thrive while still being in sunlight to flower.

  • Mulch attracts earthworms. This adds to the health of the soil through aeration & nutrient’s in the form of worm casts.

  • Mulching helps to maintain good soil structure by allowing plants to have maximum access to moisture & oxygen.

  • Mulching is also an effective and environmentally friendly way of controlling weeds without the use of chemicals.

  • Mulch should not be applied any thicker than 75mm. Fine mulch should be applied more thinly eg 40mm, coarser material can be applied more thickly. Just remember that mulch that is applied too thick causes deoxygenation which can kill plants.
Eucalyptus Mulch
Eucalyptus Mulch

Fine honey coloured chip, long lasting mulch sourced from sawmill residues. This type of mulch will matt down well to really supress weeds and hold the water in. 

(1m3 at 50mm = 20m2 Coverage)

Midnight Mulch
Midnight Mulch

This is a dyed mulch which adds a unique look to your garden. The dye does not affect the plant well-being and like that of the natural pine chip, helps the ground and nearby plants retain moisture while keeping weeds at bay. Keep in mind, due to the pine chips being dyed, the colour will fade over time.

(1m3 at 50mm = 20m2 Coverage).

Pine Bark
Pine Bark

Made of shredded bark from pine trees. The mulch helps the ground and nearby plants retain moisture while keeping weeds at bay. Pine bark mulch is a reddish brown.

(1m3 at 50mm = 20m2 Coverage).

Pine Chip
Pine Chip

Softwood mulch suitable for all projects, looks great in large garden beds and open areas.

(1m3 at 50mm = 20m2 Coverage)

Redwood Chip
Redwood Chip

Is a red coloured enhanced woodchip, made from pine chip, generally used in landscaping applications. The dye does not affect the plant well-being and like that of the natural pine chip, helps the ground and nearby plants retain moisture while keeping weeds at bay.

Keep in mind, due to the pine chips being dyed, the colour will fade over time.

(1m3 at 50mm = 20m2 Coverage).

Playground Mulch
Playground Mulch

Playground mulch is a soft fall, non-toxic mulch suitable for around children’s play areas. It is composed of a 15mm Graded pine bark. It allows plants to develop their own safe eco system around play areas.

Forest Fines
Forest Fines

Made from recycled timber, this is out budget friendly mulch alternative. Perfect for retaining moisture in the soil of your garden beds.

The Forest Fines contains a few different shades of brown, colour can change from batch to batch.

Manure
Manure

Manure makes a fine slow-release fertiliser for use on a range of plants. It is a nutrient-rich fertiliser that can be mixed into the soil. Manures stocked include: Cow and Chicken Manure.