I buy a lot of this mulch when it hits $2. I prefer it to bulk mulch as the size of the chunks is more consistent and less like shredded construction scraps and the bags make it much easier to handle/transport/store. At $2/bag, that comes to $27/yard... comparable to bulk mulch. Good color retention. Comparable to the Scott's Nature Scapes product at a fraction of the price. Same price for red or black as well.
posted: Jun. 26, 2016 @ 10:31p
Thanks for the tip. Restocked to fill all the gaps that have developed over time.
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