Top Soil Mulch
An intelligent gardener knows the importance of top soil in gardening. No deeper than 8 inches, top soil mixes rich humus with minerals and compost materials. This provides a rich substrate for plants and trees. If your soil is deficient in nutrition, you should consider using top soil mulch to promote the growth of your plants.
There are two basic kinds of top soil mulch – organic and inorganic. Organic mulch is made of natural substances like bark, wood chips, leaves, pine needles, or grass clippings. Inorganic top soil mulch like gravel, pebbles, black plastic and landscape fabrics, does not decompose and can cause harm to the environment.
Residents of various communities of Southern Ontario like Milton, Oakville, Mississauga and Burlington are aware that more and more chemicals are being banned every year. In light of this fact, using organic top soil mulch is a very good way to control insects and weeds without resorting to harmful chemicals used in insecticides, pesticides and weed killers.
Organic top soil mulch is fast becoming popular among gardeners and professional landscapers. They are natural insect repellants and do not allow weeds to grow around the plants. These topsoil mulches protect the plant from scorching heat in summers and biting cold in winter and preserve the moisture level in the soil.
At Van Beek’s you will be able to find a large variety of top soil mulches. We stock mulches made from hemlock, BC red cedar, cocoa beans and other natural bark. You can choose top soil mulches based on their scent, appearance, functionality and durability. Whatever you want – products for gardening, solutions to your problems, advice on a project – you can find it at Van Beek’s.
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