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Chop and Drop Mulch

By flaflwrgrl
October 21, 2013

When I go around pruning plants, I make my own mulch by cutting the prunings into smaller pieces with a few quick snips and I drop them wherever I need mulch. Plants of the pine family, junipers, evergreens... just about anything. This saves me time by not having to haul the prunings somewhere else, plus it mulches. If it's a bit unsightly, that's okay because when I get my bagged mulch, it will go on top and all will be pretty again, but I will need less bagged mulch to do the job. It saves time, work, and money. It's a triple-win situation!

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Oct 27, 2013 6:12 PM CST
Whenever I pick up sticks before mowing the lawn, I break them up and toss them under the the bushes and trees as wood chip mulch.
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Oct 27, 2013 6:19 PM CST
Good for you!

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