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Best Selling Mulch For Northern KY

What are the most popular types of landscaping mulch in Northern Kentucky? There are quite a few choices when it comes to selecting a mulch for your landscape, but each year these are the best selling mulch products we carry at Showplace Garden Center.

Northern KY Mulch Supplier

Bulk Mulch Products

Best For Large Projects - Sold By The Bobcat Scoop
Premium Dyed Black Mulch

Premium Dyed Black

$36/scoop
Premium Dyed Red Mulch

Premium Dyed Red

$36/scoop
Dyed Black Mulch

Dyed Black

$33/scoop
Hardwood Black Gold Mulch

Hardwood - Black Gold

$26/scoop
Organic Compost

Organic Compost

$36/scoop
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Shredded Topsoil

$30/scoop

Bagged Mulch Products

Great For Smaller Projects. Easy To Load, Easy To Carry Makes This A Convenient Choice
Dyed Black Mulch

Dyed Black Mulch

$4.50/bag
Dyed Red Mulch

Dyed Red Mulch

$4.50/bag
Cypress Mulch

Cypress Mulch

$4.25/bag
Hardwood Mulch

Hardwood Mulch

$4.25/bag
Pine Nuggets

Pine Nuggets

$4.25/bag
Pine Straw Mulch

Pine Straw Mulch

$8.00/bale
Mulch Application Tips
Mulch is a beneficial addition to your flower garden. Mulching creates a barrier that keeps the roots of your perennial plants cool with locked-in moisture during the hot dry summer. Organic mulches break down over time giving the soil essential nutrients for perennial plants. While mulch won’t stop the growth of weeds, it will reduce the amount. 

Placing Mulch
Always weed before covering flower beds in mulch. Spread a flat layer of mulch 2 to 3 inches thick throughout your flower bed. Place the mulch around and between perennials and shrubs but keep it a couple of inches away from the plants. Be careful not to cover the plants with mulch or let it touch the plant stems, as this will lead to too much moisture and could invite disease.

Winter Mulching
In colder climates, mulching after the ground freezes protects the perennial and shrub’s roots from extreme temperature changes. Use dried leaves or straw as mulch in the wintertime. Gradually remove the mulch by scraping it aside in the spring to slowly acclimate the plants to the warmer weather. 

Maintaining Mulch
Sometimes mulch occasionally needs to be redistributed and replenished. Gently rake the mulch to keep it from packing down in hard rain and prevent weeds from growing.

Mulch- FAQ's

Approximately 1 cubic yard...biggest scoop in Northern KY!

Three of our scoops will more than fill the bed of a full-sized pickup truck.

For new landscapes, place mulch 2-3 inches deep. To re-mulch an existing landscape bed, put it just thick enough to cover, around an inch or so.

1 bobcat scoop will cover roughly 100 square feet at a depth of 2 inches.  

1 bobcat scoop is roughly equivalent to 10-12 bags of mulch.

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