Mulch Supply

Sunshine Coast Mulch Suppliers

We provide fresh cooked mulch to areas of the Sunshine Coast including Caloundra, Coolum, Nambour and everywhere in between. Our mulch is suitable for all requirements and we provide mulching services for residential and commercial clients.

All of our clients have the option of keeping the mulch from their own trees free of charge.

Our mulch is generally made up of a mix of palms and trees but if you are after a specific type of mulch, give us a call on 0408 632 018 and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.

Treeworx Mulch Supply

Benefits of Mulch

Mulching trees is a very effective method to reduce landscape maintenance and keep plants healthy by enriching the soil with nutrients.

There are numerous advantages to mulching such as:

  • The soil is well aerated by lessening soil compaction, which occurs when raindrops seep into the soil.
  • Mulch helps to lock the moisture in the soil and evaporation rates can be reduced by as much as 70%, thus keeping more water in the ground.
  • It reduces water runoff and soil erosion to a large extent.
  • Prevents soil and other fungi from splashing on the foliage, thereby reducing chances of soil-borne diseases.
  • We provide mulching services for both residential and commercial customers
  • Help in maintaining a more constant soil temperature (warm during summer and cooler during winter).
  • Promotes growth of soil microorganisms and earth worms, which enrich soil quality by making it highly fertile.
  • Eliminates mowing around trees and shrubs and also acts as a barrier that prevents damage from lawn mowers and weed trimmers.
  • A 2-4 inch layer is sufficient to prevent most weeds from germinating.
  • ALL customers can keep the mulch

The area where the mulching is done should include as much of the root zone as is possible. It is advisable to pull the mulch back 1 to 2 inches from the base of plants to prevent bark decay. Although this method can be implemented any time of the year, the best time is late spring after the soil is warm. Early spring application will delay soil warming and may hinder plant growth as well. Mulch must not come in contact with plant stems as they might burn the plants or cause collar rot.