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  • MULCH/SOILS | Ken-Mulch

    MULCH & SOILS Stop in today to pick up your Mulch/Soil or Call to set up a delivery (502) 964-7222 Click for More Info Dark Mulch Click for More Info Black Mulch Click for More Info Kids Carpet Click for More Info Top Soil Click for More Info Okolona Mix Click for More Info Compost Click for More Info Pine Fines Click for More Info Sand

  • Landscape Fabric | Ken-Mulch

    Landscape Fabric Stop in today to shop our selection of Landscape Fabric Call today and set up a delivery (502) 964-7222 Ken-Mulch has Landscape Fabric for YOUR residential or commercial landscaping needs. Landscape Fabric Multiple landscape fabrics in residential and commercial sizes. Landscape fabric helps control weeds, soil erosion and moisture . Frost Blanket Frost Blankets will keep your plants safe from frost damage when the temperature drops below freezing. Burlap Burlap can be used for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor projects.

  • 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!

  • Trenchmaster | Ken-Mulch

    BED EDGERS Ken-Mulch is your destination for TrenchMasters and EdgerMasters. They are available for rent or purchase. Model F704 TrenchMaster The Model F704 is a lightweight mini-trencher designed for ease of operation, maneuverability and versatility. Easily loaded, unloaded and operated by one person. Engine6 1/2 HP Heavy Duty Industrial Weight140 Pounds WheelsSteel with Pneumatic Tires PointsTungsten Carbide DriveDouble Belt and Pulley System RateUp to 20 Feet Per Minute* DepthUp to 7 Inches* Width1/2 to 2 Inches* Ship ByMotor Freight (Pre-Assembled) *Dependent on soil conditions and/or rotor choice Model F904 TrenchMaster The Model F904 is designed primarily for irrigation and sprinkler system installation. Easily loaded, unloaded and operated by one person. Engine9 HP Commercial Honda Weight162 Pounds WheelsSteel with Pneumatic Tires PointsTungsten Carbide DriveDouble Belt and Pulley System RateUp to 25 Feet Per Minute* DepthUp to 9 Inches* Width1/2 to 2 Inches* Ship ByMotor Freight (Pre-Assembled) *Dependent on soil conditions and/or rotor choice Model F1202 TrenchMaster The Model F1202 is a lightweight easily transported mini-trencher for heavier commercial projects. Virtually no compaction or turf damage. Engine13 HP Commercial Honda Weight260 Pounds (118kg) / 275 Pounds (125kgs) WheelsSteel with Pneumatic Tires PointsTungsten Carbide DriveDouble Belt and Pulley System RateUp to 20 Feet Per Minute* Depth3 to 12 Inches* Width3 Inches* Ship ByMotor Freight (Pre-Assembled) *Dependent on soil conditions and/or rotor choice Model E104 EdgeMaster The Model E104H creates a new standard for the commercial edging industry. Designed with the rental industry in mind, this edger is built to take extreme abuse. Engine5.5 HP w/ oil alert (Honda GX series) Weight115 Pounds Drive System Double Belt ConstructionStructural Steel Clutch SystemDouble Belt Idler Depth ControlTensioner Lever Blade SizeUp to 10 inches WheelsSteel with 9 inch Pneumatic Tires Max. Curb Height10 inches Bearings1 inch Industrial Blade Mount1/2 inch Grade 8 Bolt Tool Holder 3 inch Steel Tubing *Dependent on soil conditions and/or rotor choice

  • Pea Gravel | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $24.95 per scoop ​ Pea Gravel ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,260 lbs ​ Pea Gravel is perfect for driveways, walkways, around fire pits and in landscaping. Its round shape makes it very smooth.

  • May Blog | Ken-Mulch

    May Mania! May is the month to do everything! Everything that we have talked about up until this point has prepared you for this month. May is the month where spring is ending and summer is beginning! More Mulch! (or Rock) May is the time for more mulch or rock! If you already have rock down, you might want to fill in some low spots. If you have mulch, it is the right time of year to replace it! Benefits to Replacing or Adding - Holds Moisture - Plants are insulated in winter - Keeps roots cool in summer - Looks clean and neat Adding Something New Do you have an area where you just need something to fill that blank void in your yard or landscaping? Ken-Mulch offers a wide variety of special plants. We encourage everyone to try to plant something new and different. Low Maintenance Ideas Are you tired of trimming your plants all of the time? Are you tired of replacing mulch every single year? Here are some low maintenance ideas that will make your landscape look beautiful. Rock Having rock in your landscape beds rather than mulch can be very beneficial and save you money. Many people think that rock does not have the same benefits as mulch does. When in reality, rock and mulch are one in the same. Rock is an economical alternative to mulch. Plants -Hetzi Midget (Pictured) -Ornamental Grass -Miniature Pine Trees -Nandina's -Juniper Shrubs -Day Lily's -Hosta's Check Your Watering Equipment Checking your watering system is essential after winter. Cracked nobs , seals, and leaks will not only be a problem for your plants but will also be a problem for your water bill.

  • Mini Pea Gravel | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $24.95 per scoop ​ Mini Pea Gravel ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep Scoop is 1/2 cu yd and approx. 1,300 lbs ​ Mini Pea Gravel is perfect for landscaping and hardscapes. Its round shape makes it very smooth.

  • Royal Gorge | Ken-Mulch

    Price: $169 per scoop ​ Royal Gorge ​ Coverage per scoop: 80 sq ft 2" deep ​ Royal Gorge is a beautiful coral rock that shines in the sunlight.

  • Natural Stone Hardscape | Ken-Mulch

    Natural Stone Hardscapes For YOUR home project, a multitude of Natural Stone Hardscapes are available. Stop in today to view entire catalog of flagstone, pavers, retaining walls, patio stone, edging and many other products. Tennessee Sandstone Tennessee Grey Penn Blue KY Creek Rock Gold Quartz IN Flagstone

  • April Blog | Ken-Mulch

    April Anticipation! April is by far, one of the best months of the year. Not only does the weather start to change, but spring break is coming! Everyone needs a break. Some may be on the beach for this break, but others can be outside improving their landscape for the rest of the season. Pull Them Weeds Out Of Your Landscape! Once winter is FINALLY over, pull those weeds out as soon as you can! The earlier in the season that you can control your weed problems, the earlier your weed problems will go away! ​ The proper way to get rid of weed problems is to remove the entire weed, including the roots out of the ground. After you are done pulling everything out of the ground, put down weed preventer. Preen Weed Preventer guarantees up to 3 months of weed free landscaping! Starting Spring Fertilizers Is your grass looking a little sad? Is the grass a little bit more brown than usual? Are your flowers looking like they need a boost? Maybe you should start using some fertilizer! The best time to start spring fertilizers is when the temperature starts to be consistently above 55 degrees. This allows the soil to dampen with enough moisture and allows the fertilizer to activate. Flower/Plant Fertilizers -Monty's Growth -Plant-Tone -Holly-Tone -Wide Range of Espoma Products Grass Fertilizers - GreenView Lawn Fertilizer - 10-10-10 Fertilizer - Lime - Gypsum Starting Your Garden April is the perfect time to start your gardens for the spring. With the warmer weather and rainfall coming, it is a great time to start planting and growing your spring time vegetables. ​ If you plan on building vegetable boxes or if you need to put down some new soil, Ken-Mulch offers a perfect gardening soil called Okolona Mix. It is a combination of Topsoil, Sand, Compost and Pine Fines. Vegetables to Plant in Spring -Broccoli -Lettuce -Potatoes -Kale -Onions -Carrots -Beets -Spinach Time to Start Watering Again! Time to bring out the hoses and sprinklers and start watering again! Early spring watering benefits your lawn and plants.