Pine Straw is the fresh fallen pine needles consisting primarily of longleaf and shortleaf pines removed from the forest floor and bailed. is a great choice for renewable, native organic mulch.
Just a 2-3 inch layer of mulch is all that is required to create an effective weed barrier while allowing water to penetrate easily. The pine needles interlock together and stick into the ground below. So even on landscapes with a considerable slope the pine straw will not wash away under the frequent tropical rainstorms.
Pine straw is slightly acidic so when it breaks down it keeps the soils ph low and acidic. Pine Straw makes an excellent choice as a mulch
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Longevity – Doesn’t float and wash away and breaks down more slowly, so it doesn’t need to be reapplied as frequently as other mulches.
Lightweight – Easily handled and lighter per cubic foot than most other mulches: bales are easy to carry and cover much more area by equivalent weight than most all other mulches!
Sustainable/Natural – No harvesting of trees to produce and it’s organic.
Cost – Cost per square foot competitive with other premium mulches
Soil Health – Breathes better, doesn’t compact, and allows for better water infiltration.
Plant Health – Sdds organic material and nutrients to soil and reduces weeds .
Visually Appealing – The uniform color and fine texture brings out the color, contrast, and texture of your landscape .
Erosion Control – doesn’t float and wash away so you can also use it where grass won’t grow to hold soil; great for sloped areas and walkways or paths .
Pest Free – Doesn’t attract termites .
Quick and Simple – Easy to apply; just grab handfuls and scatter by hand