EverEdge

The Importance of Mulch with EverEdge

  • 18 Jun 2019

Mulch has many benefits to a garden, as garden specialist EverEdge has explained below.

It helps to retain moisture and suppress weeds and can also improve soil conditions (depending on the type of mulch used) whilst protecting roots from extremes of weather.

Best applied in the Spring and Autumn, when soil is moist and warm, mulches are unlikely to have any detrimental effect on your garden when applied correctly.

According to the RHS Website, ‘single trees and specimen shrubs are best mulched to the radius of the canopy’ – this is where the EverEdge steel Garden Ring is so useful for gardeners.

The ring quickly and easily allows gardeners to create a pit around trees and shrubs, which can be filled with beneficial mulches.

Created from pre-curved steel strips, the EverEdge Garden Ring could not be easier to use.

For more info, visit EverEdge’s Garden Ring page here. A simple installation video can also be seen here.

EverEdge,
93 The Lloyd,
Market Drayton,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
TF9 2PS

Phone: 01453 731717

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