Great gardens start from the ground up. Soil is arguably the most important practical component in a successful garden.
By adding soil amendments you can improve the soil and therefore the plants. Giving your garden the best foundation will make it healthier, more beautiful and less difficult to maintain later on.
Mulching is one of the easiest and most beneficial practices you can use in the garden. We define mulch as a protective layer of material that is spread 5cm on top of the soil.
It can either be organic — such as grass clippings, pine straw, bark chips, and similar materials — or inorganic — such as stones, pebbles in a variety of size, shape and color, mosaic, cobble, lava, pumice and clay granules.
Mulch can be used in pots and planters creating impressive results in our compositions.