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- Black Mulch | Ken-Mulch
Price: $26.95 per scoop Black Mulch Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft x 2" Deep Scoop = 1/2 cu yd Black Mulch is a double shredded mulch. ALL bark mulch at Ken -Mulch is ALL natural bark. Our premium shredded dyed black bark is a multi-species hardwood bark mixture that is excellent for upscale landscape projects and developments.
- Meramac | Ken-Mulch
Price: $88 per scoop Meramac Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep Meramac is a smooth textured river rock with tan, carmel and brown colors. Its neutral color allows it to blend with most earth tones, and almost any landscape configuration.
- PRODUCTS | Ken-Mulch
Products Ken-Mulch carries the largest selection of rocks, soils and mulches. From hardscapes to landscapes, Ken-Mulch offers a variety of materials to complete your landscape vision and help put the earth first. Landscape Rock Mulch/Soils Gravel Nursery Stock Hardscapes Tools/Equipment Garden Center Bagged Goods All products are available for delivery. For more information on deliveries, CALL KEN-MULCH TODAY (502) 964-7222
- Okolona Mix | Ken-Mulch
Price: $32.95 per scoop Okolona Mix Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft x 2" Deep Scoop = 1/2 cu yd Okolona Mix is a special garden soil mixed here at Ken-Mulch. With a mixture of Top Soil, Compost, Sand and Pine Fines (Soil Conditioner), Okolona mix is perfect for any garden/flower beds.
- November Blog | Ken-Mulch
It's November We all know what that means... Now starts the cold holiday season here at Ken-Mulch! It is not quite Christmas yet, but that does not mean you do not have to work on your lawn and garden! Keeping Your Grass Healthy Raking leaves over and over can be tedious and annoying, but if you want to keep your grass healthy throughout the late fall and winter season; rake up those leaves!!! Fallen leaves are not good for your grass, so if you would like your grass to be green and healthy in the spring, Ken-Mulch suggests raking and throwing out the fallen leaves. If You Decide to Plant Something New If you do decide to plant anything new in the month of November, here are some helpful tips that will ensure that your plants, trees, and shrubs will survive through the winter. Insulating Your Plants During the cold winter months, insulating your plants with mulch or rock is a must to keep your trees, plants and shrubs alive. Wrapping Your Trees Wrapping your trees is essential during the winter. Wrapping your trees protects it from deer rubs and frost cracking which could totally ruin your trees trunk. Going out and buying a roll of burlap and spraying the trunk with anti- desiccant spray can make a huge difference. You Still Have To Water, But Be Careful! Even though it is cold, you still need to water your plants a little bit. After you water though, make sure all of the water in the hose is gone to prevent water freezing and ruining your hose. Trim, Trim, Trim! November is the perfect time to cut everything back for next spring. Things you need to cut back this time of year are roses, perennials and shrubs that have gone wild. Clean Your Tools! Cleaning and oiling your tools can help you in many ways. It can save you a whole lot of money because if you clean your tools, you will not have to worry about the tools rusting or cracking during the winter. Happy Thanksgiving!
- Stones and Boulders | Ken-Mulch
Stones and Boulders For YOUR home project, a multitude of stones and boulders are available. Stop in today to view our entire stock of boulders and stones. Field Stone Lava Boulders Ore Stones KY Creek Rock Cobblestone Limestone
- #57 | Ken-Mulch
Price: $24.95 per scoop #57 Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,215 lbs #57 is a crushed limestone aggregate used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes.
- Fines | Ken-Mulch
Price: $24.95 per scoop Fines 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 used in driveways, pathways, drainage and hardscapes. Also, Fines may be used underneath above ground pools.
- Zebra Rock | Ken-Mulch
Price: $120 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!
- June Blog | Ken-Mulch
Welcome to Summer It's summer time! The sun is shining, school is out, and it is time to water those plants! June is the beginning of a dangerous time for plants. Why? Plants can be infested with summer bugs. Plants can also die easily because you may not be watering them enough. In this months blog, I hope we can help you keep all of your plants healthy throughout these hot summer months. Watch Out! The Bugs are Back! Watch out! The bugs are back and they are coming for your plants! There are three bugs that you should be concerned about during the summer months. The June Bug, the Japanese Beetle and the Bagworms. June Bug The June Bug only appears a few weeks per year. It is a small bug, but can do a lot of damage to your plants. They do not bite humans, but they feed on your plants during the night. Although these bugs are nocturnal, they are heavily attracted to light so it would be easy to spot them on your porch at night. To get rid of these pests, it is best to hand pick them and drown them in a bucket of soap and water. Other than that, you can swat them or kill them in any way you deem necessary. Japanese Beetle Japanese Beetles are pack hunters. They travel in very large groups starting in June and prey on your plants all throughout the summer. You will know that your plants are being invaded by Japanese Beetles because they leave holes in the leaves of your plants or you may find a sudden brown patch in your lawn. The easiest way to get rid of these pests are through beetle traps and a chemical called Sevin. You can also hand pick them and drown them in water and soap. Bagworms Bagworms attack both deciduous and evergreens, but their favorite plants are junipers, arborvitaes and pine trees. You can easily spot a bagworm cocoon because it looks like a pine cone. Unless it is on a pine tree, you would know that this particular object is not supposed to be on your plant. You can get rid of bagworms by simply cutting the cocoon off of your plant or you can spray the plant or tree with a bagworm repellent. The best time to spray is in June because the bagworms are small and vulnerable. Get Rid of Those Weeds! This time of year the weeds are spreading like wildfire. You need to keep up with your landscaping and lawn if you want it to be clean. Make sure that you pull the entire weed out, including the roots. Weed Preventers -Preen Garden Weed Preventer -RoundUp Spray Weed Preventer -Bonide Spray Weed Killer Water Them Plants!!! Your kids need water to live every day, so do your plants! This time of year it is best to water your plants twice a day. Once in the early morning and once in the evening when the sun is starting to go down.