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This is our least expensive mulch, and as the name suggests it is chipped brush. Brush chips may have large twigs, leaves and other debris in it, but make a good, inexpensive material for pathways, kennels and informal areas.
$11.00 Per Yard
To help protect our staff, customers and their families from the current wave of Covid-19, Hammond Farms will be closing its store fronts effective Monday, November 16, 2020. We will, however, still be open for business via drive-through window, telephone and email. Our locations will still load bulk materials, accept yard waste and provide curbside pick-up for applicable items.
For customers with matters that must be addressed in person, we will be scheduling appointments for brief meetings inside the store. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment or to place an order for pick up or delivery. We thank you in advance for understanding our desire to keep those close to us safe and for being a part of the Hammond Farms family!
Please be aware that this pre-order request does not include a delivered price, as delivery charges vary by location. You will be contacted by a sales associate to complete the order and schedule your delivery day and time based on availability. We offer deliveries Monday-Saturday during our normal season. Thank you for choosing Hammond Farms!
You have made an excellent mulch choice, as our colored mulches are made with virgin pine bark, rather than reground pallets or waste wood, which make a very natural looking product that will hold its color substantially longer than other materials. To keep your new mulch looking its colorful best, we have a couple of helpful installation hints:
Watch the weather! It is not a good idea to install colored mulches in the rain or immediately prior to a rain, especially heavy storms. When the mulches are colored, they are stacked into large piles where the dye begins to dry on the product. Just like any other kind of paint, it needs time, air and sunlight to cure properly. Since no sunlight and little air reach the middle of these piles, most curing takes place after the mulch has been installed, particularly when the mulch is freshly made. This is the case with any colored mulch from any manufacturer!
Be careful cleaning up. If plants in your newly mulched area need water, do so cautiously without dousing the entire bed. Irrigation systems should ideally be turned off for a couple of days as they hinder the curing process.