Kynock Natural Landscape Mulch

In an effort to recycle, we have been collecting brush and Christmas trees for several years. We mix with bark and grind them together to make a recycled, environmentally friendly landscape mulch. It will allow water and oxygen to move freely into the soil and since it is made from various types of trees, the effects of decomposing and excessive PH from any one type of tree is negligible.

Best For:

  • Plant root protection
  • Garden protection
  • Lawn protection


What is mulch?

Mulch is a protective layer of material that is spread on top of soil. Common types of mulch include wood chips, bark, leaves, straw, and compost.

What are the benefits of using mulch?

- Retains moisture in the soil, reducing the need for watering

- Suppresses weed growth

- Insulates plant roots from temperature extremes

- Adds organic matter to the soil as it decomposes

- Gives gardens and landscaping a neat, finished appearance

How much mulch should I use?

Apply a 2-4 inch layer of mulch around plants, trees, and shrubs. Be sure not to pile mulch directly against the stems or trunks.

When is the best time to apply mulch?

Mulch can be applied any time of year, but is most commonly done in the spring or fall. Reapply as needed to maintain the 2-4 inch depth.

What type of mulch is best?

The best mulch depends on your needs and preferences. Wood chips, bark, and leaves are common organic options. Inorganic mulches like rocks or gravel can also be used.

How do I prepare the area before applying mulch?

Clear the area of weeds, debris, and dead plant material. Level the soil surface before spreading the mulch.