Mulching is especially essential in San Diego County to the survival of your landscaping during a drought. Mulch will reduce the amount of water required for your plants by reducing the amount of water that evaporates from your soil. It's important to research which mulch is best for your local area to insure correct thickness of your mulching and amount of required water. One cubic yard of bark covers approximately 150 square feet 2 inches in depth.
Use Gorilla Hair for San Diego Native Plant Gardens.
Shredded fir bark lays flat and is easy to walk on.
Small fir mulch gives a formal look to any landscape.
Medium Fir Nugget Bark is ideal for planted areas and pathways as a decorative mulch.
Wood Chip Mulch is a durable choice for garden pathways to prevent compaction from foot traffic.
Playground Woodchip Mulch is certified by the state of California and durable choice for playgrounds to prevent compaction from foot traffic.
Black Bark is a deep rich/crisp background color for your landscape to help emphasize colors from plants in a garden.
Dyed brown shredded chips.
Red dyed wood chip mulch is a colorful choice for garden pathways.
Composted mulch mix excellent for amending soil.
Local recycled shredded mulch.