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where to buy Mulch in NJ

Posted by ldtc 7NJ (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 17, 05 at 14:55

I am new to the forum, and would like to know where I can buy colored cedar mulch by the truckload, and have it delivered? I have a very large area to cover and the small bags of this mulch are so expensive. Does anyone have a suggestion? I live in Monmouth County

Thanks Much,

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RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

  • Posted by elke 6b (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 18, 05 at 13:00

try jersey gravel and sand, located on route 34 near allaire airport. (that's wall or farmingdale, not sure which.
i order my ICBIN there -- mulch so like Right Dress that the letters stand for I Can't Believe It's Not...

RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

My county Municipal Utilities Authority, and there is probably one for every county, offers colored and uncolored mulch at extremely competitive prices. In their price list they say they will deliver, at extra cost, but I always haul my own. Cannot believe the average garden or stone center can compete, pricewise. Call your county clerk.

RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

Thomas Farrell in Shrewsbury.
Ryser's in Little Silver.
Capelli's in Middletown.
Dearborn Farms in Holmdel.
Brock Farms in Colts Neck and Freehold.

RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

1-800-89-MULCH. delivered by the truckload. Order by the cubic yard. Prices are reasonable and quality has always been good. Check them out at

RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

There is a stone and mulch merchant in Long Branch NJ
located next to the railroad tracks and next to Richard's deli, the name of the business is John Guire Co and they have a large selection and will deliver to your home. Prices are very reasonable and mulch is sold by the square yard. Hope this helps

RE: where to buy Mulch in NJ

If you have a lot of leaves on your property, I have someone who will come and shred your leaves and spread them on your plants. He has a machine that does a good job. The shredded leaves will break down faster that a cedar mulch, but that has an up side too. It will fertilize your plants faster too. You have to have a lot of leaves to make this worthwhile. If you want his # email me at say re:Chino in the subject line.

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