Provides striking contrast for flowering plants.
A black blend of naturally aged oak, ash, maple and other hardwoods, leaf compost and charcoal particles. The hardwood content of Midnight Mulch™ provides moisture and weed control, suitable for both evergreens and deciduous plants. The leaf compost adds a range of nutrients to sustain plant growth and beauty, and the charcoal allows for more efficient percolation of water to plant roots.
Click here to learn how a visit to one of Nashville’s favorite tourist attractions, the Jack Daniel’s Distillery, led to the creation of Midnight Mulch!
Rich, brown tone for landscapes with less color.
A dark, finely ground blend of naturally aged oak, ash, maple and other hardwoods and leaf compost. The hardwood content of Mocha Mulch™ provides weed and moisture control, suitable for both evergreens and deciduous plant. The leaf compost adds a range of nutrients to sustain plant growth and beauty.
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Finely shredded; perfect for acid-loving plants.
Piney Mulch™ has a distinct shredded appearance and aroma. Pine bark mulch is particularly suitable for acid loving plants such as roses, azaleas and rhododendrons.
Click here to learn more about pine bark mulch, a beautiful mulch that is not indigenous to Tennessee!
Playsoft Playground Mulch™
Nationally certified for use in playgrounds. Learn more at ipema.org
A nationally certified mulch for use in childrens’ play areas. Playsoft Playground Mulch™ is a natural colored virgin wood finely ground to IPEMA specifications. For safety reasons, we recommend an installation minimum of eight inches deep. Playsoft Playground Mulch™ also serves as excellent covering for walking paths and trails.
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Chocolate Chip Mulch™
Long lasting, deep brown mulch.
A decorative wood chip mulch with a long-lasting, rich chocolate brown color. Chocolate Chip Mulch™ provides weed and moisture control, suitable for both evergreens and deciduous plants.
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All soils are stored outdoors.
They are heavy when wet and can clump from naturally occurring clay in the screened top soil.
Tip Top Soil™
A better topsoil.
A rich blend of locally sourced, screened top soil and Gourmet Planting Mix. The mixture creates a better top soil with a “boost” that is ideal for transplanting shrubs and trees, filling in hard-to-grow areas, and creating seed beds for lawns. You should be aware that Tip Top Soil is stored outdoors and is heavy when wet, and can clump from naturally occurring clay in the screened top soil.
Click here for a smart gardener’s guide on how to use Tip Top Soil™.
Gourmet Planting Mix™
For roof gardens and containers.
A slightly acidic blend of aged and finely ground Pine Bark and year-old leaf compost. Gourmet Planting Mix™ is lightweight and ideal for use as a balanced soil amendment.
Click here for a smart gardener’s tip on using Gourmet Planting Mix™ to amend your soil before you plant new shrubs or trees.
Ultra Potting Soil™
An excellent soil for raised beds.
A rich blend of aged and finely ground Pine Bark, Gourmet Planting Mix™, and Perlite for drainage. Ultra Potting Soil™ is ideal for planting in containers and is lightweight enough for use in roof gardens.
Click here to learn how the natural acid content of Ultra Soil™ acts as an extra health boost for your plants.
Ideal for bioretention ponds.
A mix of locally sourced, screened top soil, Gourmet Planting Mix and large grained sand which drains well and is ideal for bioretention ponds. Raingarden Soil is formulated to comply with building code requirements.
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Enriches soil for acid-loving plants.
Piney Fines™ are screened and aged into a manageable and acidic soil conditioner. Pine bark fines enrich soil for acid loving plants, and are excellent for roses, azaleas and rhododendrons. Piney Fines™ are best tilled into existing soil.
A smart gardener’s tip! Tomato plants love Piney Fines! Click here to learn more about Piney Fines™.
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