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betterlawnsandlandscaping
08-06-2010, 12:08 PM
My brother lives in Witchita Falls Tx and was needing to get some black mulch in bulk to do his beds. Do any of you know where he could get it around that area. Thanks in advance

Texas Lawn
08-06-2010, 02:19 PM
try this link

www.google.com

betterlawnsandlandscaping
08-06-2010, 02:42 PM
Hahaha! I did before I posted, thanks for being so helpful......
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bc3xx0
08-06-2010, 04:28 PM
try this link

www.google.com

I'll see your google link and take the link one step farther (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=black+mulch+wichita+falls+tx)!!

Lefet
08-06-2010, 05:01 PM
I'll see your google link and take the link one step farther (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=black+mulch+wichita+falls+tx)!!

got a kick outta that one!

betterlawnsandlandscaping
08-06-2010, 11:49 PM
Ok, I should have known I would get smart azz answers. Let me break it down a little further. If you don't live around Wichita falls and cant recommend a good place then this is not the thread for you. I understand that google is a great tool but I would like a recommendation. If you are not mature enough to give me a strait answer, there are plenty of other threads that would love to enjoy your humor.

ajslands
08-06-2010, 11:51 PM
try this link

www.google.com

it dosn't work! :cry::cry::cry:

topsites
08-07-2010, 12:12 AM
Ok, I should have known I would get smart azz answers.

Are you serious, why would anyone here do that?

Now look here, I ain't the neighbor you can just talk to and give you all the advice for free,
maybe someone here lives in or around that there town but maybe nobody does and this is the mowing section,
fact is if you know how to haxor Google, you can find anything.

The thing about searching has a LOT to do with understanding the workings of a search engine,
you can look for something all day long and get nothing in ways of results but look for it the right way and
long story short, it has to do with just HOW a search is phrased.

Here, let me help:
http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp&q=wichita+falls+tx+mulch
Granted that took me two tries, I must be getting old.

topsites
08-07-2010, 12:20 AM
Unfortunately I'm short on recommendations too, but what I can tell you is this...

You do NOT want to get your mulch from another Lco who is roughly in the same business as you,
you probably don't want it from a tree guy neither and I can assure you that you almost certainly
don't want it from Lowe's, while nurseries tend to be a pricey option but might be worth a call.

The place you need to find yourself is called a mulch yard, where all they do all day long is sell
mulches and sands and rocks and gravels, that type of deal.
That's would likely be the best place to get your mulch from, might involve either
a bit of a drive or a delivery fee, also depending on how big your town is there
may not be many of these yards around, as often as not the first one is a county away.

Once you get a few of these rounded up you might pass the names along to folks you know
and see if any of them know anything that might be helpful to you in ways of a recommendation.

Hope that helps and sorry about the bit with the mowing section, my bad.

betterlawnsandlandscaping
08-07-2010, 01:01 AM
Ok guys, I get the point. I do not live in TX, so I was just trying to get a simple question answered. Sorry I asked! I will not be responding anymore about this, so go ahead and have fun on me. :walking:

LibertyFarmLandscaping
08-07-2010, 02:41 AM
Ok guys, I get the point. I do not live in TX, so I was just trying to get a simple question answered. Sorry I asked! I will not be responding anymore about this, so go ahead and have fun on me. :walking:

This here link is how we find that there kind of stuff in the Great State of TX.

http://eseries.tnlaonline.org/source/Beta_Members/cHardlineSearch.cfm

Good luck.

bc3xx0
08-07-2010, 03:13 AM
Ok guys, I get the point. I do not live in TX, so I was just trying to get a simple question answered. Sorry I asked! I will not be responding anymore about this, so go ahead and have fun on me. :walking:

Sheesh!! The internet is serious business!!!

Come on man, every useless post still brings this back up to the top of the rotation where someone who might know can see it right off!! And don't get all butthurt, tell us guys that post the ignorant stuff to f'off!!

nepatsfan
08-07-2010, 07:15 AM
http://urbanlandscapeguide.tamu.edu/
Try this