Cypress mulch shares the other benefits of wood mulch. It prevents weeds from growing because weed seeds need light to germinate, and mulch keeps them in the dark. It prevents the moisture in the soil from evaporating and drying out quickly, which cuts down on the amount of watering. As the mulch decomposes, it adds nutrients to the soil. Cypress mulch can help control insects such as termites, cockroaches, and some species of ants because the wood—provided that it comes from old, mature trees—contains oils and chemicals such as thujone that act as insect repellants. if you select installation, the installation will be scheduled the week after deliveries are complete.
$5.00 – $5.75
|Dimensions||36 × 24 × 6 in|
12 square feet at a depth of 2"
2 cubic feet
Cypress is not good for most vegetable gardens or most wild plants found in Ohio.