Compost Mulch 1-gallon bag
Compost mulch is a fantastic way to add lots of nutrients to soils for all garden areas. This is also an excellent way to grow very healthy plants and vegetables in a vegetable garden. Compost Mulch can be made very quickly by using leaf rakings, old peelings from potatoes and also other foods that will rot and become mulch. There are several compost barrels available to create this beautiful mulch in, and it only needs to be stirred and kept dry. It can also be bought from online plant nurseries and is ready to put down into garden areas when it is received. This is a very natural way to add nutrients back into the soils and is also a great way to create an organic garden. It helps all plants, shrubs, trees and even vegetable plants grow to become very healthy in their environments. It is offered at excellent and very affordable prices from online nurseries.
Compost mulch is full of nutrients that fertilize crops and flowers. It is also flush with organic matter that assists in retaining soil moisture and suppressing weeds throughout the garden season. Compost mulch is composed of conventional compost materials such as leaves, produce remainders, egg shells and other clean, grease-free materials like wood pulp and even cardboard. What makes compost mulch so beneficial is its slow release of nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorous and calcium. Compost mulch can be applied to both vegetable and ornamental gardens where it will feed plants and slowly erode without causing any harm or odor. This mulch is placed 2- to 4-inches deep at the beginning of a planting season when soils are moist. It prevents new weed growth and can prevent some old weed growth from sending out seeds. Professionally produced compost mulch is free of weed seeds and has been aged to a beautiful, crumbly texture with a rich, sweet scent. It arrives ready to use in your home garden. In addition to providing nutrients when it is fresh, the organic matter degrades into your soil where it helps to improve soil conditions for future crops.