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Mulch, Chips

Mulch & Wood Chips in Edmonton

Keep your Edmonton garden moist, vibrant and weed free with mulch and wood chips. Put hemlock bark chips around your trees, shrubs and perennials, or use local spruce mulch to create an economical pathway to your backyard. The Black Dirt Company has different types of mulch in Edmonton to fit your individual landscaping project. Our mulch and wood chips will improve the growing conditions in your garden and help extend heat levels. Choose the best mulch for your needs, and stop by our shop to pick up your supplies.

Rubber Mulch

  • $8.99/bag
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Spruce Mulch

Economical ground cover for paths and hillsides.
  • $3.25/5 gallon pail
  • $41.9/cubic yard
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Red Cedar Mulch

Red Cedar Mulch is an aromatic wood shredded product.
  • $4.5/5 gallon pail
  • $60.45/cubic yard
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Foothills Premium Mulch

Coarser mulch with larger shreds.
  • $5.5/5 gallon pail
  • $69.9/cubic yard
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Black Mulch

Dark, dyed, coarse mulch with mulch/chip consistency.
  • $6.5/5 gallon pail
  • $83.85/cubic yard
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Red Cedar Chips

Aromatic wood chip product.
  • $6.5/5 gallon pail
  • $88.7/cubic yard
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Fir and Hemlock Bark Chips (Med)

Used for a varierty of decorative landscaping applications.
  • $7/5 gallon pail
  • $93/cubic yard
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Fir and Hemlock Bark Chips (Lrg)

Used for a variety of decorative landscaping applications.
  • $7/5 gallon pail
  • $93/cubic yard
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