We’re experts in landscape design and construction, and we often include mulch installation as part of that process.
The landscaping process often includes installing elements that cover the ground and protect all the newly planted greenery, including any trees, shrubs, and other plants. Mulch is an excellent option to use in this situation, as it provides substantial protection while enhancing the visual appeal of the outdoor space. There are two main types of mulch: organic and inorganic. Organic mulch includes wood chips, tree bark, and other similar materials, while inorganic might include rocks and other non-living things.
Deciding what type of mulch to add to your yard can feel overwhelming, as can the process of mulch installation. But if you’re in or near St. Augustine, Florida, you can count on our team at Yosemite Irrigation and Landscaping, Inc. to take care of it. We’re experts in landscape design and construction, and we’re always happy to include mulch installation as part of that process or as its own service for those with already established beds or mulched areas.
Organic mulch is highly beneficial for plant hydration, as it helps to reduce the natural process of evaporation while ensuring that the soil beneath can hold as much water as possible. The result is plants that are better hydrated, making mulch an excellent addition to your yard, especially during the warm summer months. Natural materials can also reduce soil compaction and erosion. Inorganic mulch is known for its longevity and low-maintenance appeal, making it a great option for those who want to place mulch and not have to worry about refreshing it as often.
It’s best to leave the process of mulch installation in the hands of a professional, as improper placement can lead to issues. Fortunately, our team is here to assist you. Contact us to discuss your landscaping needs.
At Yosemite Irrigation and Landscaping, Inc., we offer mulch installation services for customers in St. Augustine, Fruit Cove, St. Johns, Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Valley, Vilano Beach, Butler Beach, Crescent Beach, Elkton, Flagler Estates, Nocatee, Palm Coast, and throughout Flagler County, Florida.