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Tips for Proper Mulching

June 1st, 2014

Mulching is one of the best things you can do for vegetable and flower gardens, shrubs and trees, if done properly. It’s not only aesthetically pleasing but beneficial to the plants as well. The benefits of mulching include keeping weeds down and keeping moisture in the soil, thus requiring less watering. Using too much mulch will prevent water from reaching

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Common Pests in the Garden

May 28th, 2014

No matter what type of gardening you enjoy – vegetables, perennials, annuals or shrubs and trees – when it comes to appreciating what’s growing, you’re not alone. Sadly, there are many common pests that can seem to undo much of your hard work in the blink of an eye. There are things you can do to prevent pests or eliminate

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Benefits of Purchasing Bagged Mulch vs. Bulk Mulch

February 28th, 2014

As a homeowner when it comes to buying mulch it’s up to you to decide what is more important to you — price or convenience. At Seaside Mulch we like to give you lots of choices, not just in the types of mulch we carry but additionally in the size and quantities available to purchase. You will save money by

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Purchasing Mulch Wholesale Offers Savings and Convenience

February 21st, 2014

When you have a large number of gardens to care for, whether residential or commercial, and you’re looking to save money while not scrimping on quality, you should be purchasing your compost and mulch in bulk at wholesale prices. We sell wholesale mulch in North Carolina that is reasonably priced and ships fast. Whether you’re ordering two cubic foot bags

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Ways Your Mulch Supplier May be Missing the Mark

February 14th, 2014

It’s likely that the first mulch ever made on this planet was created by Mother Nature herself. Trees have always dropped leaves and needles that mat together to form a protective covering below. Under that covering can be found rich, dense soil with nary a weed in sight. While Mother Nature likely designed this as a means for trees to

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Yard Waste Recycling

December 6th, 2013

Many of us spend hours each weekend during the Fall and Winter months raking leaves and trimming trees. The big question once you’re done is what do you do with all that yard waste. The answer is to take it to Seaside Mulch. Seaside Mulch accepts and recycles leaves, grass clippings, tree limbs, and many other forms of yard waste. Seaside Mulch is also the

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Remember to prep your soil this Fall!!

November 18th, 2013

It is important to prepare your soil in the fall while the ground is still warm and workable. This preparation will greatly reduce the amount of effort you will have to put forth this spring. Whether you’re preparing a field or a tiny garden in your backyard, here are a few simple steps to follow: Dig out the roots of problem weeds. Spread our NuLeaf® Organic Compost evenly over

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Increase Your Organics With Compost.

November 14th, 2013

Seaside Mulch’s compost products increase organic matter and create a healthier growing medium for you plants. Utilizing compost can help reduce water consumption up to 50%; thus reducing your irrigation costs and conserving water. Compost provides a slow release nutrient source for you plants and helps stabilize soil pH. Compost will encourage strong root growth, which leads to healthier plants.   Call

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Fall Container Gardening

November 13th, 2013

Colder weather doesn’t have to mean the end of the container gardening season. Utilizing pansies, ornamental grasses, ivy, and garden mums to dress containers can provide enjoyable gardening throughout the cooler months ahead. Due to the cooler weather, the containers will not have to be watered as much as your summer plants, which means more time to enjoy the scenery. Many

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Pine Bark

June 28th, 2013

At Seaside Mulch we produce our pine bark products from 100% Southern Yellow Pine Bark. Our pine bark is the perfect mulch for avid gardners and professional growers. Pine bark’s unique composition adds porosity and loam to your soil, and helps retain essential nutrients and water. Pine Bark has an ideal pH for roses, azaleas, and camellias. Pine bark is

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International Compost Awareness Week

May 8th, 2013

May 6-12 is International Compost Awareness Week. As an active member of the U.S. Composting Council, Seaside Mulch fully believes in the positive effects that occur from using compost. Our NuLeaf® Organic Compost contains a high percentage of Organic matter. Using NuLeaf® for your gardening and landscaping projects is an easy and effective way to add nutrient rich organics to

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May 3rd, 2013

Add essential nutrients to your garden this Spring with Seaside Mulch’s Topsoil. Our Topsoil is high in organic matter, screened to ensure consistent particle size, and will retain up to 25% more water than our competitor’s products. Our Topsoil is available in bulk and easy to handle 16 quart bags. Try Seaside Mulch’s Topsoil for your next gardening project. Applications:

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Buy Local

April 25th, 2013

Seaside Mulch is the only mulch manufacturer in the Coastal Carolinas that produces and distributes a full line of mulch, soil, and organic composts available in both bulk and bag quantities. All raw materials used in our manufacturing process are locally sourced. Our Quality Assurance process inspects and tests raw materials to ensure our mulch, compost and soil products are

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Million Tomato Compost Campaign

April 17th, 2013

As part of a nationwide effort to help grow healthy food for community gardens and food banks, Seaside Mulch partnered with the U.S. Composting Council (USCC) in the Million Tomato Compost Campaign by donating NuLeaf® Organic Compost for the FoodCorps and Feast Down East garden expansion at Rachel Freeman Elementary School. The garden was built on Thursday, April 11, 2013

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Parker Organics™

March 29th, 2013

If your vegetable or flower gardening is limited by insufficient space or unsuitable soil, consider growing fresh, nutritious, homegrown vegetables and beautiful flowers in containers. A patio, balcony, or a constructed raised bed provides the perfect space for productive container gardens. Parker Organics™ Potting Mix is specifically formulated for pots, container gardens, houseplants, and contained raised beds. Parker Organics™ Potting

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It’s in the Bag!!

February 28th, 2013

Whether you are looking for Cypress, Hardwood Bark, or Pine Bark Mulch, Seaside Mulch has what you need. We offer our Cypress, Hardwood Bark, and 3 sizes of Pine Bark in Bulk and 2 cubic foot bagged sizes. Our Cypress is produced from 100% virgin cypress and is an ideal mulch for those looking to add a beautiful golden color

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Bag Mulch

February 20th, 2013

Seaside Mulch, the Cape Fear Region’s premier mulch & soil producer and supplier for over 16 years, is proud to announce, our popular line of Color-Enhanced Mulches is now available in bags. The popular Seaside Mulch brands, Forest Brown®, Forest Black™, and Red Mulch, are now available in bulk and in 2 cubic foot bags. We manufacture all three products using superior colorants and the highest quality

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Locations & Contacts

Residential and Commercial Mulch and Stone Sales
201 North Green Meadows Drive
Wilmington, North Carolina 28405
Phone: 910-791-2100

Tractor Trailer Mulch, Compost, and Soil Shipments
Galivants Ferry, SC Manufacturing Plant
1240 Dog Bluff Rd
Galivants Ferry, SC 29511
Phone: 843-358-9888