Posted: April 24, 2017

Mulch is kind of a magic word when it comes to gardening enthusiasts and hobbyists in Winona, MN. Just like asking a sports fan about their favorite team, asking a gardener about their mulch can instantly spark a conversation. If you've spent any time observing gardens and lawns at all you've probably noticed the natural, multi-colored chips, bordering trees, flowerbeds, and other bits of lawn as well. If you're ready to experience the many benefits of mulch, the wholesale mulch providers at Maier Tree and Lawn are ready to begin your initiation.

Mulch is ubiquitous on lawns for a reason, and not only one reason, but many. In a way, mulch is kind of like a comforting blanket for your trees and plants. It keeps them cozy and healthy, even helping to protect them. Mulch can encourage water retention, and temperature regulation, and it can protect against intense weather conditions. It can do all of this while also adding nutrients to the soil around it. That's a whole lot of help from such an unassuming pile of chips.

Perhaps most importantly, mulch also helps to mitigate excessive weed growth around your growing plants and saplings. It acts as a physical barrier that prevents roots from growing a little too close to home, and can prevent weeds from growing to begin with.  This will give your plants a little more room to stretch out and will help prevent root conflict under the surface. Because of this, having mulch on hand in the early stages of plant growth can be a huge benefit.

Along with the practical benefits of mulch, you also get the bonus benefit of adding aesthetic flavor to your landscaping. Wholesale mulch comes in a wide variety of forms that vary in shape, color, and consistency. Finding the right wholesale mulch for your lawn may be a struggle because of the variety, but with the assistance of the mulch experts at Maier Tree and Lawn you can get matched with the mulch of your dreams.

Winona, MN area residents interested in wholesale mulch can contact Maier Tree and Lawn at (507) 454-7000 or by visiting our website here for more information.

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