Of course, even nice and dewy lawns can fall prey to weeds. But while weeds steal water from grass and other plants, mulch can get to it before the weeds do and keep it for the plants. Furthermore, a layer of this rich stuff keeps soil cool and damp, which is great for plants you want to keep and since weeds want warmth and light. And while your organic or inorganic material keeps your plants cool in the hot Kansas summers, it does the opposite in the winter, keeping plants warm and helping them survive the coldest months.
This colorful ground cover adds aesthetic value, too
Have you considered how pine bark, red shreds, or even rubber pellets improves the look of your property? So much variety – it comes in different colors, allowing you to choose the one that works best for your aesthetic. Do you like earthy tones? Browns and reds add a wonderful pastoral air to your property. If you’re looking to brighten up your yard, you can choose a lighter shade of lawn and garden ground cover. Not sure what would look best for your property? Ask a professional at Divine Lawns!
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Which mulching material is best for your Kansas property? How much do you need? When is the best time to install this protective blanket of defense? In the autumn to keep your lawn or garden warm during the winter? Or during the spring when the soil is most fertile? Or maybe both?
Make sure to ask your Divine experts how to boost your value with other amazing services like aeration and overseeding, lawn mowing, tree services, snow removal, and so much more.
Divine Lawns can answer all your landscaping questions. We service residential properties to make you love your home even more and commercial properties to help you project the best image possible for your business or brand. To learn more about all the services we provide in El Dorado, Augusta, Wichita, and surrounding areas in Kansas, please contact us today via our website or call us at (316) 390-3611.
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