Red Shovel Glass Company, which is part of the Building Resources Center – a nonprofit who recycles and resells building materials in San Francisco, is also upcycling bottles, and building materials into these interesting mulches. Personally I think these are best reserved for container plantings or floral arrangements, but I have seen them used on the ground level as well. My favorite is the terracotta….what’s yours?
They ship across the country in 50lb bags (which will cover approximately 6 sq ft with 1 inch of mulch).
When All Else Fails – Soil. Compost. Mulch.
Mulch-less Gardening with Beautiful Groundcovers
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