Mulch on a flower bed

Grow Good

Mulch

 Natural wood, returned to nature.

"Beautiful mulch. Smooth professional delivery."

- Joe

Natural, healthy mulches for nurturing nature.

No dyes, no construction debris. Just natural wood, cured to kill weed seeds and return important nutrients to the soil over time. Mulch helps prevent weeds, retain moisture, and moderate your soil's temperature.

Mulch--natural brown color (double shredded)

DOUBLE MULCH

With a natural, dark brown color, this traditional mulch is expertly made. With a larger wood size, it lasts longer and is ideal for walkways and forest-area floors.

Mulch--natural brown color (triple shredded)

TRIPLE MULCH

A natural, dark brown mulch designed specifically for plant beds to prevent weeds during the growing season and replenish (decompose) some soil nutrients at the end.

Mulch and Compost combined

NUTRIENT BLEND MULCH

Get the benefits of mulch and our certified compost in one, top-of-the-line product. Ideal for annual, perennial and vegetable beds.

Yard waste

NATURAL INGREDIENTS, BETTER MULCH

No dyes. No construction debris. Just natural wood, returned to nature.

Weed Free

WEED-FREE

Cured to kill weed seeds,

not introduce them.

Flower in a heart

FEED YOUR PLANTS

Aged with care to give your soil beneficial humus and nutrients over time.

Dyed mulches for specialized color

Expertly made for long lasting color. Mulch helps prevent weeds, retain moisture, and moderate your soil's temperature.

Mulch dyed black

BLACK MULCH

Mulch dyed brown

BROWN MULCH

Mulch dyed red

RED MULCH

Finding Good Mulch

While it's been around for a long time, finding a good mulch can be a little tricky. Here are a few things to look for and consider to make buying mulch easy.

Mulch quality guide: how to buy good mulch.
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Browse our garden products: compost, topsoil, and mulches.

Food waste for composting

Learn about recycling food and yard waste at Freestate Farms.

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