2472 Northside Dr. Statesville
Below is a list of descriptions and photos of our current inventory. Stop in to get a first hand look,
or give us a call at (704) 253-7010 to inquire about other mulches we may have available.
A local favorite. This bark mulch is from locally sourced pine trees, and breaks down slowly over time. The main difference between pine bark mulch and XL Pine Nuggets is that this mulch contains nuggets that aren't as thick as the XL, with some bark strips included. Costs less as well.
Our current most popular mulch is the darkest you can get without adding a dye. The bark is well broken down and is ideal for top dressing existing beds as well as a compostable mulch for vegetable gardens.
Available by popular demand, this mulch consists of ground wood chips colored with high-quality dye. These products create the ultimate contrast in a landscape, and the color easily lasts for a year or more.
A traditional double-ground mulch, this mulch is good for most every application. It has a medium texture with fines mixed in making it stick well on slopes as well as being an everyday mulch around shrubs and trees.
Our most cost effective mulch, this product is great for general use, with ideal use for natural areas and slopes. At only $12 a yard, you can't beat it! And, as with all our products, it meets our high standards.
A beautiful selection, this all bark mulch is excellent for use around your home, especially in beds with borders. It breaks down very slowly, and keeps its color well. This mulch can easily last for two years and maintain an attractive appearance without being refreshed.
One of the most durable mulches, this product keeps its auburn color well, and its fine texture helps it spread easily. A less costly alternative to red dyed mulch, this wonderful mulch really stands out in the landscape, as seen in the larger picture above
Another quality product, this pure pine mulch contains shredded pieces of the red-brown bark with just a little wood fiber mixed in to create a beautiful contrast, especially in beds that have lots of dark green evergreens.