3 cubic yard minimum purchase. Delivery in Bloomington – $25. Delivery to the rest of Monroe County – $35. All of our mulch products are locally sourced, locally produced, free of any dyes or fillers, and made exclusively of healthy tree wood. If you are a wholesaler, please order using the form below or give us a call.
Order Organic Mulch
Call us at 812-824-3335, or use this form to place your order. We will contact you to arrange for payment and delivery. Please feel free to ask any questions about our mulch products. We are always happy to help!
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Our Organic Mulch Compared to Other Types of Mulch on the Market
Organic Whole Tree Mulch
- Locally sourced healthy tree material
- Replenishes nutrient rich organic matter back into the soil
- Improves soil biology, aeration, structure & drainage
- Absorbs, stores and releases moisture into the soil
- Typically shipped in from other regions
- Often contains filler wood such as pallets and treated lumber
- Contains too much of an impermeable waxy substance called Suberin, which creates a water repelling barrier over the root zone, causing water runoff instead of absorption
- Contains dye that can damage plants and be harmful to the environment
- Excessive water is used to distribute dye, requiring anti-fungal chemicals to be added
- Anti-fungals are used to prevent fungi. Some of those fungi are beneficial to soil structure and should not be removed
Utilizing and Mulching the Whole Tree
When chipped the inner wood will absorb, store and release moisture at the soil surface.
Our organic whole tree mulch is locally sourced, and contains only clipped healthy tree parts with no added fillers. Organic whole tree mulch decomposes over time and slowly builds organic matter back into the soil, improving soil biology, aeration, structure and drainage. Unlike bark mulch, whole tree mulch will not clump and repel water from getting to the roots, nor will it allow potentially harmful dyes to reach the soil.