Mulch is a gardener’s best friend, but sometimes it’s not the friendliest on the budget. There’s really NO need to buy mulch at garden centers or nurseries if you don’t want to. With a bit of creativity, you can learn how to get cheap or free garden mulch sources in your local area.
Wood chips, grass clippings, leaves, chipdrop, connecting with your local municipality, etc. All of these types of mulch are good options. In fact, some of these sources are the feature of popular gardening methods, like back to eden, the Ruth Stout method, etc.
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