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  • Kids Carpet | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $26.95 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.

  • PLAYGROUND MULCH | Ken-Mulch

    PLAYGROUND MULCH Price: $11.95 per bag or 5 Bags for $55.00 ​ Rubber Mulch Coverage per bag: 4 sq ft x 2" Deep Bag = 0.80 cu ft ​ Made from 100% recycled rubber mulch, our 99.9% wire-free rubber playground mulch is ideal for your playgrounds and more. Designed to meet ADA and IPEMA standards when used to a depth of 6 inches, it’s a durable, environment-friendly choice that adds safety to your site. Price: $26.95 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.

  • Dense Grade | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $24.95 per scoop ​ Dense Grade ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft x 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,395 lbs ​ Dense Grade is a crushed limestone aggregate used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes.

  • #9 | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $24.95 per scoop ​ #9 ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,180 lbs ​ #9 is a crushed limestone aggregate used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes.

  • Tools Wheelbarrows | Ken-Mulch

    GARDEN TOOLS Ken-Mulch carries a wide range of Lawn and Garden Tools along with Wheelbarrows. Stop by today and browse our Garden Center for ALL your Landscaping and Gardening Tools.

  • Red Lava | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $114 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.

  • #3 | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $24.95 per scoop ​ #3 ​ Coverage per scoop: 55 sq ft Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,195 lbs ​ #3 is a crushed limestone aggregate used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes.

  • Precast Concrete | Ken-Mulch

    PRECAST CONCRETE Square Stepping Stone 12", 16" or 24" Smooth or Exposed Splash Block 2' or 3' Smooth or Exposed Round Stepping Stone 12", 16" or 24" Smooth or Exposed Parking Bumper 6' Concrete or 6' Blue Resin Hexagon Stepping Stone 16" Smooth or Exposed Parking Pyramids 7.5" or 11.5" Tall With or Without Peg

  • SEASONAL PRODUCTS | Ken-Mulch

    SEASONAL ITEMS Fall Product in Stock! Mums Gourds Pumpkins Tri-Color Mums Mums

  • December Blog | Ken-Mulch

    December Decisions December is the slow time of year for landscaping. At least for most of us, especially here in Louisville at Ken-Mulch. Cold weather, snow, and sleet really make it hard for anyone to want to be outside working on your landscape. For those somewhat sunny days, here are some tips to keep in mind. We Are Back To Houseplants! If you do not have your houseplants inside by now, they are more than likely dying. Here are some pointers about houseplants that are hopefully already inside your home. Watering Houseplants You do not have to water your houseplants every single day. Depending on size and type of plant, the typical houseplant only needs to be watered every 7-14 days. Sunlight With Houseplants The recommendation for sunlight for most houseplants is 5-6 hours. Putting plants in window sills or near windows with direct sun is very helpful for houseplants. Checking Your Houseplants For Bugs When you bring in houseplants, sometimes you can bring in bugs with them. You want to get rid of these bugs as fast as possible because they can multiply fast in warm environments. The way you can get rid of bugs in houseplants is by spraying organic pest control or spraying water and soap mixture and see if that does the trick. Water Your New Plants! If you planted any new plants in late fall, find a few times a week to water those new plants. Even when it is cold, new plants need to be established and cared for no matter what the weather is like. Keep Raking The Leaves! Try to get the leaves off of the lawn before the snow ends up on top of it. Dead leaves are not good for your lawn and if you can get them up before a big snow comes, it will really help the health of your grass. In the spring, your lawn will love you if you pick up those leaves. We'll See You Next Year!