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Whites 500mm Tree Guard Mulch Ring $1.50 (Was $3, RRP $6.89) + Delivery (in-Store/ $0 C&C) @ Bunnings

  • Ideal for gardens, lawns and pots
  • Prevents weeds without chemicals
  • Cut to shape and locks in moisture

Whites Felt Mulch Ring creates a natural barrier against weeds while locking in moisture and reducing watering. It is easily trimmed to fit around the base of trees and shrubs.

This product has been posted last month however this price is half of that. Happy for it to be reported as Duplicate if its the case.

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  • Thank you

  • I am wondering whether it will be useful for summer? Black colour may absorb heat compared to the traditional sugarcane munch?

    • +4

      I think mulch is always a better option. If you put thick enough sugarcane mulch, it also stops weeds and keeps the moisture.

      • +4

        I have scrub turkeys come around and kick up all my mulch, with these I know my plants stay a bit more protected.

        • +1

          The bloody turkeys get mine too, this is an attractive option to keeping mulch and soil in pots.
          I tried to give your comment a thumbs up but fat fingered the neg. Please accept my apologies.

          • +4

            @Radar: FYI you can click on votes below the comment then tap the - next to your neg to remove it.

  • will this be bad for the soil underneath? i always thought soil needs good ventilation to breathe.

    • This is made of felt, should still breathe a bit. Mulch is a misnomer though, it's actually a weed mat.

      • Not really a misnomer (as I've recently learned):

        A mulch is a layer of material applied to the surface of soil. Reasons for applying mulch include conservation of soil moisture, improving fertility and health of the soil, reducing weed growth and enhancing the visual appeal of the area.

        Rocks, plastic matting, leaves, wood chips, anything that is applied to fit the above description is technically a mulch.

  • +1

    Time for proposal?

    • +1

      only if your name is shrek

  • I planted some trees on an area that used to have couch and the only way I could stop it from coming up was by using this thing. Only downside is that if you have woodchips on top of it, it can get messy when you need to put down some granular fertiliser etc as you end up getting chips under the felt.

  • I don't recommend this one because the earwig loves to live under this piece.

  • Not that it's expensive, but with "no dig gardening" cardboards are used to suppress weeds below the new soil above. I find this tactic works reasonably well as well ordinarily (if you don't mind seeing cardboard in your garden or pots) and either let the cardboard disintegrate or chuck then into the vermicomposting container after a while

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