Find the Best Mulch in 3 Simple Steps With My Mulch Comparison Chart
“Your chart made it easier to choose the right mulch from the garden store.”
— Sam W.
You know you need to mulch your garden.
It helps to prevent weed growth, control soil temperature, and retain soil moisture.
But there are so many choices! It can be hard to know which mulch is best.
First, there’s organic mulch. Should you use bark mulch? Wood mulch? Pine straw? What about grass clippings?
And then there’s inorganic mulch. Do you want to use rubber mulch, plastic mulch, or stone mulch?
My mulch comparison chart.
It’s a printable cheat sheet that walks you through choosing the best mulch for your garden.
“Thank you! Having this mulch comparison chart means I can stop using Google and reading the back of bags to find out what’s in the mulch.”
— Karen D.
Follow these 3 easy steps to choose the best mulch:
- Enter your email below and print up the chart.
- Check off the top three things you want this mulch to do for your garden.
- Quickly find the perfect mulch for your needs!
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Hi! I’m Cheryl, your garden mulch guide.
I believe choosing the best mulch for your garden doesn’t have to be complicated.
Mulching is one of the best things to do for your garden, whether you want to mulch a perennial bed, annual plants, or a vegetable garden.
But to find the best mulch to use, you need to know the pros and cons of each type of mulch.
So, I created this easy-to-use cheat sheet for you.
The chart compares 26 different organic and inorganic mulches.
And you’ll find the best mulch for your garden in three simple steps!
Why 2,150+ busy gardeners have said “yes” to the mulch comparison chart:
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“Wow! This is quite a freebie! It has more information than any blog post I’ve read on mulching.”
— Becky P.