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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by MDLawn, May 20, 2011.
Here is a bit of the work completed so far this year. Some edging with mulch to be completed soon.
Some mulching from today
More edging mulching. Also my little mule and the cart it pulls.
nice, deep edging, really sets off the beds.
I really like the brown mulch around here but most of my customers prefer the dyed black. This stuff here in the trailer is easy to spread, decomposes better year to year, and not so messy like the dyed products. The black mulch is just woody material that barely decomposes and again did I mention the mess!!
A recent black mulch job.
Just a little dry stack stone border wall and an Allan Block Garden Accent border wall.
Thanks. If the edges are not there, the landscaping just doesn't look right.
Small backyard lawn redo and sod install. The landscaping was supposed to be done but it was taken out at the last moment. Too bad because it would have looked much better. First pic is the lawn before, obviously.
looks nice! thats a big dump trailer. Krantz mulch?