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Contract Bark Mulch

£50.00

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0208 898 7131

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Quantity Price per Bulk Bag including VAT Price for Loose
1-2 £50  
3-6 £45  
7-10 £40

 

£475.00 (min. 15 m3)

 

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Bark Mulch is a fabulous natural mulch that encourages beneficial soil organisms. Sempervirens contract bark mulch is a mid to dark brown colour of non uniform size. As a natural, attractive product its great for enhancing the look of your garden. It is perfect for outdoor spaces, public parks and pathways and also works well in protecting plant roots when the temperature dips. Apart from its attractive appearance it is mainly used to inhibit weed growth.

Benefits of bark -  Bark placed around the base of plants can help your plants dry out less quickly, it also helps to keep weeds out of the garden in an enviromentally friendly way. You can also use the bark in the garden for pathways and covering borders.

The bark mulch also ensures a reduction of soil erosion, which is created under the influence of wind, water and sun. The layer of bark ensures that the soil underneath remains moist, It causes an increase in biological activity and improves the organic matter content. 

For loose loads the lorry dimensions are H -4.05m, L- 9.6m, W - 3.3m, please make sure there is enough access for the lorry.

Delivery charge is only £10.00

Please note:

  • Next day delivery available when ordered before 9am.
  • If you order by the m3, this is delivered loose. We do not provide sheeting for this to be tipped onto.
  • Delivery charge is a website only offer.
  • Please read our Delivery Terms and Conditions before placing your order.

What our customers say

Thank you Sempervirens. It has been a real pleasure to do business with you --- courtesy, enthusiasm and knowledge have all been very noticeable when talking to you. Such good customer service is such a rarity these days. Thank you very much.

Mortlake Community Association