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  • Royal Gorge | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $295 per scoop ​ Royal Gorge ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep ​ Royal Gorge is a beautiful coral rock that shines in the sunlight.

  • Zebra Rock | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $125 per scoop ​ Zebra Rock ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep ​ This white rock with black stripes and shiny flakes will make your landscape glisten!

  • October Blog | Ken-Mulch

    Spooky October Ideas October is a very confusing time for all of us. Especially, here in Kentuckiana. Do you ever get the feeling that the weather is very bipolar this time of year? One minute, it is 97 and sunny and the next it is 30 and freezing raining. That is why Ken-Mulch is here to help you through this confusing time! We have the luxury of going inside, but our plants unfortunately do not. This month we will be learning about how to save our plants during this complicated time of the year! Mulch, Mulch, and More Mulch Not a lot of people know that you are supposed to re-mulch your gardens in late fall. Do you wear sweaters when you are cold? Do you wear long pants in the cold? Does your house have insulation? Plants need the same thing!!! Mulch and rock are a natural insulation system for your plants during the winter. Pine Fines Pine Fines are a perfect option to protect your gardens during the winter. Pine Fines not only look great in your garden beds, but they also provide a natural nutrients for your soil when spring rolls around. Compost Compost is also a good option to put down into your garden in the winter. It provides a natural fertilizer for your soil and plants. What Am I Supposed To Plant? There is some sort of myth that planting in the fall is a bad idea. This is a myth. Late fall planting is actually a wonderful idea! The cooler weather and natural dew make for perfect conditions for a new plant to get settled in before winter. SPRING BULB SEASON It is time! Spring bulb's should be planted by this time. Spring bulbs include: Tulips, Daffodils, Iris's Planting Trees in the Fall Planting Trees in the fall has all sorts of benefits. Some of those benefits include cooler temperatures and fall rain will enhance the growth of your tree. It helps the growth of the roots and the healthiness of your soil. Use Fall Fertilizer Ken-Mulch offers the GreenView Fall Fertilizer that is specifically designed to use in the Fall. This specific fertilizer is great for grass because it establishes the grasses roots and prepares grass for winter stress. Please bring in your house plants! This is the last time I am going to say this for the year. Your house plants NEED to come inside! They will not survive in the harsh cold winter that we are about to have!

  • July Blog | Ken-Mulch

    IT IS JULY! Welcome back everyone for this month's blog! It just keeps getting warmer and warmer, so I hope everyone is staying cool and hydrated. Speaking of hydration... YOUR PLANTS NEED WATER! Don't you get thirsty on a hot summer day? Well, surprise! Your plants are as well. Harvest Daily Harvest like you have no food in the house! It can be very difficult to judge when to pick those fruits and veggies in the summer. Some helpful advice would be to pick earlier rather than later. Some foods such as cucumbers, green beans, zucchini , and eggplants often taste better when you pick them earlier. Give Me the Mulch! Ken-Mulch sounds like a broken record when we say you need even MORE mulch but you need some more mulch. Summer is a crucial time for re-mulching. This may be confusing because we use mulch in the winter for warming purposes, but in the summer we use it for moisture purposes. Mulch holds water which keeps the plants cool and hydrated. More mulch also means less weeds and lets face it, no one wants to get down on their knees in the blazing hot sun. Get Rid of the BUGS! Here are some helpful tips to get rid of those annoying bugs! ​ Get a ceiling fan or fan for outdoors. Invest in a bird bath. Remove all litter from house and yard. Remove all bodies of water in your yard and house. Use Frog tape to seal small cracks so bugs cannot get into your house. Take a Look Around the Neighborhood Sometimes it is okay to cheat off of someone else. On a nice cool, summer evening, go take a walk or drive around your neighborhood . A lot of people will have their landscaping looking flawless before their 4th of July parties. This is the perfect time to go out and steal some ideas. Do not be ashamed about it!

  • Ken-Mulch | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $80 per scoop ​ Ken-Mulch ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep ​ Ken-Mulch is a decorative lightweight rock with a beautiful rustic color. Also, known locally as Solite, Ken-Lite or Groundcover.

  • Red Lava | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $145 per scoop ​ Red Lava ​ Coverage per scoop: 65 sq ft 2" deep ​ Our "Lava Rock" is a gorgeous lightweight rock that is commonly used in flowerbeds.

  • February Blog | Ken-Mulch

    It's February! February is the month not only to show love to your favorite people, it is also time to show some love to your plants as well! Soon enough we will be able to take off those cold winter jackets and enjoy those 65 and sunny days. Until then, here are some things you can do in the month of February for your landscaping. Time to Prune Trees! Pruning Trees can be difficult and annoying but it is essential for the health and growth of your tree. We are going to talk about how to trim simple trees and how to avoid making any mistakes. The number one thing that you DO NOT want to do when pruning your tree is to top the tree. ​ Crossing branches, hanging limbs, branches that are close together, stubs, and sucker growth are all things that you need to get rid of before spring time to ensure a healthy tree. Time to Order Seed! It may not be time to order for some people, but it is at least a good time to start thinking about what kind of seed and plants you want to order for the spring. Best Veggie Seeds for Early Spring Potatoes Radishes Beets Turnips Swiss Chard Salad Greens Cabbage Best Grass Seed for Early Spring Falcon V (Best Overall) KY-31 (Best for sun) Contractors Mix (Best for Overall) Creeping Red Fescue (Best for shade)

  • Fines | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $29.95 per scoop ​ Fines ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft x 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,600 lbs ​ Dense Grade is a crushed limestone used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes. Also, Fines may be used underneath above ground pools.

  • Kids Carpet | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $29.95 per scoop ​ Kids Carpet Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft x 2" Deep Scoop = 1/2 cu yd ​ Kids Carpet (Playground Mulch) is a splinter-free mulch shredded from Poplar Wood. Kids Carpet is approved by OSHA and EPA and is free from dyes and chemicals. Not just for playgrounds, this certified mulch is excellent for any area where people play, walk, etc.

  • Small Tennessee Round | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $136 per scoop ​ Small Tennessee Rounds ​ Coverage per scoop: 55 sq ft 2" deep ​ Small Tennessee Rounds, also known as "River Slicks", are a natural earth toned color that are shipped from Tennessee. These are the perfect rocks to paint.


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  • March Blog | Ken-Mulch

    March Madness! Winter is finally over! March is here and the sun is shining. Hopefully everyone is finally able to go outside! We know, everyone is excited for their favorite basketball teams to play for a National Championship, but that does not mean your yard should not look as good as a game winning shot! Developing Your Landscape Plan Having a plan is essential to start the development of your landscaping. What are you interested in? What type of plants do you want? Are you interested in mulch or rock? Have you measured the area that you are going to be landscaping? Are you going to be doing the work or do you plan on hiring someone? What is your budget? These are all very important questions in regards to starting your landscaping. Step 1: Research and Budget Researching for plants that are practical for your landscape can be tough. Sometimes it is hard to differentiate from what you like and what will look good. One thing that you need to remember is that the plants you buy are going to grow and/or look different eventually. No plant ever stays the same. You will need to research the mature growth of every single plant that you plan on purchasing to make sure you do not have a cluttered landscape. Ken-Mulch has FREE consultation to help bring your landscape plan to life. With pictures, measurements and sun facings, Ken-Mulch will help you with your design to fit within your budget. Step 2: Designing Your Landscape Once you have found plants that you want, it is now time to start designing! Designing a proper layout of where each plant will specifically go is crucial. Eye balling or guessing any measurements can totally throw off ones landscape. A layout of where everything will go can help prevent mistakes and speed up the process of planting. Knowing where everything is going to go before you do anything outside can save you from wasting time and tons of frustration. Ken-Mulch will help in this process. Call us today (502) 964-7222 Step 3: Buying the Material Today is the day. You wake up bright and early on a hopefully somewhat cool, sunny morning and are ready to buy your plants! Hopefully your landscape beds are clear, clean and ready to go. ​ Ken-Mulch offers a wide variety of landscape rock, mulch and plants to help satisfy any landscaping needs. Step 4: Planting and Beyond Step 1: Clean Out Your Landscape Beds! This is where you will most likely accumulate all of the dirt under your fingernails . Having a clean landscape bed is essential before starting your new landscape. There should be nothing but top soil unless you plan on re-purposing plants that were in your previous landscape. It makes your life a whole lot easier when their is nothing in your way. Step 2: Planting!!! ​ Once you have purchased plants and your landscape beds are clear, it is time to start planting! ​ -Take the plant out of the pot! -Loosen the roots on the bottom of the root ball! -Make sure the plant is in the position you want it to be in! -Look at the plant from different angles to make sure it is straight. -Dig a hole 2 times wider than the width of the root ball. -Dig the hole deep enough to where the top of the root ball is 2" above the ground. -Once the plant is in the ground, fill in the hole with dirt and/or soil mix. ​ Step 3: Weed Cloth ​ After all of your plants are in the ground, you are now ready for putting down weed fabric. Weed Fabric helps prevent weeds from growing or showing in your landscape! Ken-Mulch has the perfect weed fabric for your project. Make sure to measure your landscape beds to know how many square feet of weed fabric you need. Don't forget sod pins, they help hold down the weed cloth. Step 4: Rock or Mulch ​ You are on the home stretch! The final step to complete your new, beautiful landscape is to cover the weed cloth with rock or mulch. Ken-Mulch offers a wide variety of rock and mulch to put in your landscape beds. Step 5: YOU ARE FINISHED! ​ You are finally finished! Invite everyone over to show off your new and improved landscaping! It might have taken some time, hard work, and a good amount of money, but I am sure you did a great job and it looks amazing! Send pictures of your finished landscape to Ken-Mulch to brag!

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