Fresh Bark Dust

Fresh Bark Dust can be used as an ingredient in potting mixes, as well as a mulch around established plants.

Uses:

In residential and commercial landscapes as a soil acidifier to decrease the pH around acid loving plants i.e.: azaleas, blueberries, and rhododendrons. Helps control weeds when applied at 3-4” deep.

Application:

As a mulch apply 3″-4″ deep for new landscaped areas and 1″-2″ for coloring established beds. As seed cover apply 1/4” to 1/2” to cover seeds.

Specifications:

Douglas Fir Bark Screened at 1/4″ minus.

Old Bark Dust

Old Bark Dust has been aged and is ideal for covering freshly sewn grass seed. It can also be used as mulch around plants.

Uses:

In residential and commercial landscapes as a soil acidifier to decrease the pH around acid loving plants i.e.: azaleas, blueberries, and rhododendrons. As a grass seed cover to help retain moisture around newly sewn seeds. Helps control weeds when applied at 3-4” deep.

Application:

As a mulch apply 3″-4″ deep for new landscaped areas and 1″-2″ for coloring established beds. As seed cover apply 1/4” to 1/2” to cover seeds.

Specifications:

Douglas Fir Bark Screened at 5/8″ minus (material size ranges from 1″ down to fines).
Orange-brown color. Available at each of our retail locations.

More Ways to Get it:

Bedding & Ground Covers
Landscape Coverage Chart
ONE CUBIC YARD
(27 cubic feet) will cover:
ONE UNIT
(7.5 cubic yards) will cover:
1296 sq ft¼” deep9600 sq ft¼” deep
648 sq ft½” deep4800 sq ft½” deep
324 sq ft1″ deep2400 sq ft1″ deep
162 sq ft2″ deep1200 sq ft2″ deep
108 sq ft3″ deep800 sq ft3″ deep
81 sq ft4″ deep600 sq ft4″ deep
54 sq ft6″ deep400 sq ft6″ deep