Pine Straw offers superior bedding material for your trees and plants!. It is a natural product that is high in nitrogen and as it decomposes it makes a great fertilizer for plants and shrubs. Using Pine Straw as mulch adds beauty to your landscape while deterring weeds and grass. It is naturally insect and rodent free it adheres well to slopes and will not wash away during heavy rain. Pine straw does not have to be removed when old, simply place fresh straw on top of existing straw to revitalize the color and to add bulk.

There are many reasons for using pine straw as a mulch.

Pine Straw enhances the beauty of any landscape by providing a cover of uniform color that is neutral and non-detracting to plants.  It helps to conserve soil moisture by reducing water evaporation from the soil.  It provides natural weed and grass deterrent when the straw is applied deep enough (2-3 inches) to smother unwanted weeds and plants.  It needles naturally interlock and create a “blanket” effect which keeps wind and rain from washing or blowing away the topsoil.
Pine Straw prevents the soil from hardening so moisture is able to reach the roots of plants it also insulates the soil as a great early spring gardening technique to warm the soil for early planting.  As it decomposes it disintegrates into additional nutrients for your plants or shrubs.

Pine Straw Mulch Pricing
Sold By The Bale
$3.45 Slash
$4.25 Long Needle

Bales weigh approximately 25 pounds and is highly compressed in a compact bundle. Each bale contains about 3 cubic feet and will cover 60 square feet when applied 2-3 inches thick. It is recommended that you spread 2-3 inches thick the first year of application. In order to maintain your landscape every year you should add another inch.