Scotts Florida Select Natural Eucalyptus Mulch is made from 100% Florida-grown Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus Mulch is a sustainable Cypress alternative, grown in Florida, for Florida! Now I know what you are thinking, I don't live in Florida, well neither do I, and that's no problem because Scotts has sustainable gardening products for us too. Scotts Nature Scapes mulch comes in 3 different colors, and is made from natural forest products. My family is always thinking of ways we can go green and help Mother Earth. Scotts is one way we can be more green.
Scotts Nature Scapes mulch comes in Classic Black, Sierra Red, and Deep Forest Brown. It's a no waste wood, natural forest product, that you can feel good about using. Scotts mulch helps to maintain moisture, prevent weeds, and create a groomed landscape all year long. I think I would choose the Sierra Red since we live in the Sierra Mountains. What color do you like best?
Now back to you Floridians, Scotts Florida Select Natural Eucalyptus Mulch is the best option for your landscape because it is sustainable. It is harvested and plantation grown, so no forests were harmed. Here is something I did not know, eucalyptus is considered a renewable resource because it re-grows up to 4-times faster than Cypress! Scotts Florida Select Natural Eucalyptus Mulch is natural, made from 100% plantation-grown Eucalyptus trees. Eucalyptus Mulch is guaranteed free from any construction, demolition, pallet, or other waste materials. It is effective landscaping, preventing weeds naturally, while helping to conserve soil moisture, and moderate soil temperature. Yes you have heard the call to "shop local" that is one way you can help the environment and your community at the same time. Well Scotts Florida Select Natural Eucalyptus Mulch is 100% Florida grown so you Floridians will be helping support your local economy.
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Scotts recommends a three inch layer of Mulch because it will naturally help prevent weeds by blocking growth and access to sunlight. What homeowner likes weeds, we sure don't, and battle them yearly. It's time to put an end to pulling weeds every year with a thicker layer of mulch. To use simply spread mulch 3 inches deep. Keep mulch several inches from tree trunks and house foundations or other wood structures. Apply mulch around trees, shrubs, flowers or vegetables after seeds have germinated and plants have developed. Don't use mulch before seeds have germinated, around underdeveloped plants, and within several inches of house foundations or other wood surfaces. A 2 cu. ft. bag will cover 12 square feet of bedding area with a 2 inch layer, or an 8 square foot bedding area, with a 3 inch layer, which will give you even more weed protection.