27 May 2013

MULCH

Posted by Shona

Ways to purchase your Mulch at BC Sands:

  • 60LT Bag
  • Certified Bulk – Quantities from 1 to 100 cubic metres plus!
  • Bulka Bags – Bulka Bags can be craned up to 11 metres from the truck, including upper levels
  • Blown – Limited Access Sites, Waterfront, Apartment Blocks,RoofTopGardensand Steep Entries. Quantities from 6 to 100 cubic metres plus!

All Mulch available at BC Sands:

Pine Bark Mulch – Slowest of the mulches to break down – so handy in low maintenance gardens. Looks good in shrubberies and under trees, giving a complementary feel to the surrounding landscape.

Soft Landing Mulch - Used as a playground mulch and conforms with Australian Standards AS4422. Also used as an attractive, durable mulch. Ideal in a formal setting against dark foliage.

Port Stephens Mulch – An attractive, tan coloured mulch. Handy in low maintenance gardens. Looks good in shrubberies and under trees, giving a complementary feel to the surrounding landscape. Ideal for garden beds adjacent to houses or timber fences.

Cypress Uni Mulch – Has a beautiful smell and long lasting colour, plus great stability in windy areas, this is definitely a landscapers favourite!

Eucy Mulch – A fine and uniform mulch in rich, red/brown tones. It is an attractive soil covering, especially in native gardens. The Eucy Mulch has proven to be stable even on slopes, and does not creep down hills

Wood Chip Mulch Softwood – This is an inexpensive mulch with an attractive honey colour. Slower to break down than leaf mulch.

Wood Chip Mulch Red – This inexpensive mulch is similar to softwood chip however gives a bold contrast in the modern garden. It comes in an attractive red colour with environmentally friendly dyes. It takes longer to breakdown in comparison to the leaf mulch.

Leaf Mulch w/ Wood Chips – An economical mulch that is ideal for native and informal gardens. This is a mixture of leaf and woodchip waste that breaks down to provide structure and nutrient to the soil.

See our website for more information on pricing and mulch sizes: http://www.bcsands.com.au

 


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