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What to Know When Deciding on Garden Products

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When trying to decide what products fit your landscaping needs, you want to ensure you choose something that not only looks pretty, but helps the garden grow as well. Meaning, it should contains the nutritional supplements your plants need, and not just the aesthetic elements some materials simply provides.

Using an organic bark mulch product, is not only good for the environment, it is great for your yard. It also promotes healthy plant growth, helps reduce maintenance, and prohibits pesky weeds.

It is also important to take into consideration the location of your garden as aesthetics are often a factor in a sea of well-groomed homes.

Living in the city, your yard can be a much needed oasis after a long day in the office. Your outdoor landscape is your safe haven, where you share time with family and friends. It is a place where you will do a lot of your living and should reflect comfort in a stylish way, and relaxation in a clean and earth-friendly manner

Often due to a lack of knowledge, many people fertilize their ground with toxins, or suffocating their plants with synthetic material – due to what your local garden supply stores are selling you off their shelves. At Triple Five, we offer an organic alternative. Products that comes from the earth, and returns there untouched by chemicals.

If you desire healthier plants, and wish to acquire that in a “green” way, having bark mulch delivery to your door is a great addition to your plants and your yard. It lessens your landscaping workload, and provides you with a beautiful outdoor space you can be proud of.

When trying to find what product fits your needs, there are some important questions you must ask yourself:

  • What is the purpose for the chosen material? Purely aesthetics, for plant health, or as a protective ground cover for play areas.
  • When is the ideal time to apply each of these products?. Spring allows for the ground to be naturally warm. However, adding mulch in the fall or winter can also help protect plants in colder temperatures.
  • Where will I be building my garden? Take measurements of the area to help estimate the amount of product needed.

Ensuring you choose the right product, for the right application, at the right time of year are important things to take into consideration but it shouldn’t keep you on a short leash as it pertains to environmentally friendly options.


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