What Type Of Organic Mulch Should I Use? Organic mulch is a fantastic way to give your garden beds the nutrients they need to thrive and grow. It's also a fantastic way to help prevent weeds from growing. Wallington's WRG has a wide range of mulches available for collection and delivery. Contact us at 03 5250 2056

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Garden mulch is like a health tonic for your garden, whether it’s for a backyard veggie patch or a formal flower bed. We recommend gardeners apply quality garden mulch to help retain water, moderate the impact of both hot and cold temperatures, reduce weeds and fight pests. 

Wallington's WRG has a wide selection of garden mulch for all your garden needs and overall aesthetic. There are two overall types of mulch to choose from. Firstly we have our organic mulches. These are based on natural ingredients from trees and plants, such as Mushrooms.

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Tan Bark is softer than wood chips but still very hard-wearing, It is a great idea for low maintenance garden beds and floral locations due to its darker brown colour. It's fantastic for making those bright colours stand out. Suitable for paths and walkways with heavy traffic.

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The natural vegetable dyes in Red Mulch give this product long-lasting burnt amber colour that is safe for children and animals. Red Mulch is great for plants and garden soil to help retain moisture and soil nutrients. It's also fantastic to look at against the green of your garden.

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Red Gum Chips are hard-wearing like Tan Bark but are more flat and ideal for low maintenance garden beds. The coarse wood chips vary from grey to red in colour and have a much flatter surface area so they are suitable for garden beds that may be walked around or close to.

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The perfect mulch for larger areas such as industrial farms or large landscape features. It's fantastic for a protective layer on crops and garden beds as it helps retain water moisture in the soil, protects against weed growth and breaks down gradually to put nutrients into the soil. Pine Mulch will need replacing from time to time.

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Pine bark chips are a cheap garden staple for anyone. Useful for almost every garden setting where weeds and pests are not welcome. Its pale colour will not distract from the garden and almost blend into the existing soil.

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A great soil conditioner and rich organic fertiliser, Mushroom Mulch (or mushroom compost) is almost completely decomposed and can be either dug in or spread over the soil. Mushroom mulch is perfect for vegetable gardens, retaining soil moisture and also improving the overall nutrients in your soil.

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Composed of raw chipped green waste including trunks, branches and leaf matter (no grass or roots). This rich organic mulch is perfect for native Australian gardens or anything waning that authentic-looking garden bed.

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Make an aesthetic statement in your gardens with naturally coloured black mulch, providing a dramatic contrast to garden foliage. Organic mulch is your garden soil's best friend as it helps maintain soil moisture, moderates hot and cold soil temperatures, prevents weed growth and breaks down gradually into nutritious soil.

Thinking about starting your own mulch or compost bin? Then check out these articles about how to start a Worm Farm, if you have a dog. You can use these handy Beco Waste Bags to help fertilise your inedible garden products, such as flowers and trees. 

Wallington’s WRG provides delivery in Geelong and district, seven days a week. We deliver our bulk landscape supplies, soil and sand, irrigation supplies and farming and rural merchandise, including stock feed. We will deliver any of our supplies for quantities of one cubic metre or more.

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