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Not sure which of our mulches suits your needs best?  Check out our list of products for pricing, read the descriptions below, and let us know if you have questions!

Double Shredded Hardwood: Our most popular mulch.  This is a twice-processed mixed hardwood product, suitable for any application.

Triple Shredded Perennial: Slightly darker than the Double Shredded Hardwood, this product is more finely ground and is particularly suited for smaller flowers which might otherwise be dwarfed by a coarser mulch.

Color-enhanced: We offer three colors; Dark Brown, Black, and Red.  These are dyed, not spray painted so the color won’t flake off.  All dyes are pet- and human-safe.

Economy Wood Chips: A first-grind product, this is designed for situations where the aesthetics aren’t of primary importance. Perfect for keeping an area covered and resistant to erosion.

Premium Cedar Mulch: Our premier mulch is ground from 100% cedar.  This brings a natural insect resistance, and pleasing aroma to mulched areas.

Bagged Mulch vs Bulk Mulch

The mulch that is bought from big box stores is generally sold by the bag. These bags come in various sizes ranging from 1 cubic foot to 3 cubic feet of mulch per bag. Below is a conversion table that shows you how many bags of several sizes equal one cubic yard.

Number of bags for Cubic yard Equivalence

1 Cu. Yd

3 Cu. Yds.

5 Cu. Yds.

1 Cu. Ft. Bag

27

81

135

1.5 Cu. Ft. Bag

18

54

90

2 Cu. Ft. Bag

14

42

70

3 Cu. Ft. Bag

9

27

45

If you normally purchase your mulch in bag form, we encourage you to look at the savings of buying by the cubic yard.

Take the amount of bags that you normally use and convert it to cubic yards with the help of the chart listed above. Take the cost per bag and multiply it by the total number of bags required to equal one cubic yard. This is your cost per cubic yard for the bagged mulch. Purchasing mulch by the cubic yard from Timber Ridge Wood Products can save you up to 40% versus buying in bags from the big box stores.