A Layer Of Mulch Improves Soil Conditions For Plants.
Mulch is generally a layer of landscaping material applied to the surface of soil. There are generally two types of mulches. Permanent, as with river pebbles and temporary, as with organic materials such as bark chip.
Mulch, Adelaide landscapers Visual Landscape Gardening supply, is used to conserve moisture due to evaporation, improve the fertility and health of the soil ready for plants or vegetables, reduce weed growth and to enhance the visual appeal of a garden area.
The bio matt mulch, water saver mulch and parklands mulch shown below are ideal for performing these tasks, especially for improving the condition of soils typically found throughout Adelaide.
Examples Of Popular Landscaping Mulch
Mulches rich in organic material incorporated into the soil increase the activity of worms and other organisms. This process is used both in commercial crop production as well as for the home vegetable patch and garden beds where flowers and plants will be planted.
As one of the most respected landscaping companies, Visual Landscape Gardening offer friendly advise to help you select the best mulch for your landscaping needs.
Mulch materials used specifically on top of the ground that do not break down include pebbles, one of the most popular landscaping supplies we install, that come in a wide range of colours and sizes, with larger bark chip nuggets also taking longer to decompose than the finer grade mulches.