These traditional woodchips are often found on playgrounds, pathways and kennels, as they don’t tend to become compacted as a result of foot traffic. Wood chips will deteriorate slower than bark mulches because they are larger pieces of wood.
While this mulch is color enriched, it can be compared in color to Red Oak. This mulch is made from shredded Pine bark, not recycled pallets or scrap lumber! The color will last two to five times longer than mulch that has not been color enriched.
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.
This is a very consistent, light colored mulch. The resins or pitch in the pine bark will help it from decomposing as quickly as some other mulches, making it an outstanding value for the price conscious customer.