Making the best use of the biomass that is accumulated by our tree care operations is a top concern. Using a large grinder to recycle the debris into premium landscape mulch, we can give a new purpose to this otherwise wasted byproduct.
There are several advantages to using mulch around garden or landscape trees and shrubs compared to turf, including:
- Moisture retention: Mulch helps to retain moisture in the soil by reducing water loss through evaporation. This is especially important during hot and dry periods, as it helps to keep the roots of trees and shrubs hydrated.
- Weed control: Mulch helps to suppress weed growth, which can compete with trees and shrubs for water and nutrients.
- Temperature moderation: Mulch helps to moderate soil temperature, keeping it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. This can help to protect the roots of trees and shrubs from extreme temperature fluctuations.
- Nutrient delivery: As mulch breaks down, it adds organic matter to the soil, which can improve soil structure and fertility.
- Soil erosion prevention: Mulch helps to prevent soil erosion by reducing the impact of rain and wind on the soil surface.
- Aesthetics: Mulch can enhance the appearance of garden or landscape beds by providing a uniform, attractive surface that complements the trees and shrubs.
In contrast, turf can compete with trees and shrubs for nutrients and water, and may require frequent mowing, fertilization, and watering to maintain its appearance. Additionally, mowing too close to trees and shrubs can damage their bark and roots, leading to long-term health problems.
Our natural double ground landscape mulch is available for pick-up or delivery depending on location. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text 585-734-2420 for details.