Premium Black Mulch

Crushed bark and wood that is blended and colour injected, with a high UV resistance to fading. This is critical for Perth mulch as the summer climate can be harsh and usually wood chips go grey over time.

Why Use Premium Black Mulch?

Elevate your landscape’s elegance and health with Premium Black Mulch, designed to provide superior weed control, enhance moisture retention, improve soil fertility, moderate soil temperature, and prevent erosion, all while offering a refined, modern aesthetic.

  • Heat Absorption: Black mulch can absorb more heat from the sun compared to lighter-coloured mulches, which can be beneficial for warming the soil in cooler climates or seasons. However, this should be used with caution in very hot climates as it could potentially overheat plant roots.
  • Effective Weed Suppression: Forms a dense layer that blocks light to weed seeds, significantly reducing weed emergence and saving time on maintenance.
  • Optimal Moisture Retention: This high-quality mulch keeps soil moist by reducing evaporation, requiring less watering and ensuring plants stay hydrated.
  • Soil Fertility Enhancement: Decomposing mulch gradually enriches the soil with organic matter, boosting its nutrient content and promoting healthier plant growth.
  • Temperature Moderation: Acts as an insulating blanket, protecting roots from extreme temperatures and creating a more stable environment for plant development.
  • Erosion Control: Stabilises soil, especially in prone areas, minimising nutrient loss and landscape degradation.
  • Sophisticated Aesthetic: Its deep black colour provides a striking contrast against green foliage and colourful flowers, enhancing the overall look of your garden or landscape.

How to Use

Ideal for gardeners of every skill level, simply spread a 2-3 inch layer around plants and landscaping features to enjoy these advantages. Premium Black Mulch is the perfect choice for those looking to combine aesthetic appeal with practical garden benefits.


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