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Much like people, garden mulch can be found in a variety of different shapes, sizes and colours, so how do we know which mulch is best to use, particularly in relation to the long term health of our trees?

Generally speaking, mulches can be divided into two main categories, being organic and non-organic, and whilst both have benefits specific to their type, there are a number of general positive benefits which all mulches, regardless of their type or origin can provide, so let’s look at those as a starting point.

So regardless of the type of mulch we have used, all of the above points can be easily achieved, and all assist in improving the environment in which our trees are growing. We can therefore make decisions based simply on the size, shape, colour and type (organic/non-organic) of mulch, and be confident that we are improving the general health and growing environment of our trees.


About the author: Dave is a qualified, experienced and passionate arborist working with the awesome team at Brisbane Tree Experts“We care about your trees living”. And we hate seeing piles of grass clippings around the stems of trees!


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