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Bark Mulch

Bark Mulch

Spring is coming, which means it's time to reapply a fresh coat of bark mulch. It's easier to install new, fresh bark mulch in your landscape beds before the perennials have a chance to emerge. Mulching in your beds suppresses weeds, maintains moisture, protects roots through winter, and adds nutrients to the soil as it breaks down. But fresh layer of mulch also creates the perfect backdrop to make your plants pop.

There are lots of different options: Your basic Mixed Hardwood--a blend of oak and maple. Chocolate Enviro Mulch, which is dyed, ground up pallets. Double Shredded Pine has a fine texture that works well around perennials. Then there are my favorites, Northern Cedar and Hemlock. The scent is fantastic and they hold their color longer than other natural mulches.

All it takes is a pitchfork, a wheelbarrow, and a little sweat equity to get your yard ready for the season.

Bark Mulch - Menomonee Falls

Johnson's Nursery offers several options of mulch including Hemlock Mulch, Mixed Hardwood Mulch, Double Shredded Pine Mulch, Northern Cedar Mulch, and Chocolate Enviro Mulch. We also deliver bark mulch to the surrounding area. For wholesale customers, please contact your salesperson for pricing and availability. For retail customers, the prices are listed below; prices may vary (last updated 3/1/18).

Please note that the prices below are retail prices and do not include delivery or installation. Sizes may vary.


Bark Mulch Delivery

Johnson's Nursery delivers bark mulch to most of Waukesha County and into Washington County, including Brookfield, northern New Berlin, Waukesha, Wales, Delafield, Pewaukee, Butler, Lannon, Sussex, Merton, Colgate, Menomonee Falls, Mequon, Germantown, Thiensville, Richfield, and Hartford, Wisconsin.