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Area Mulch and Soils Of Raleigh NC  

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 Mulch  Delivery 3-20 yards 

Delivery of bulk mulch our variety includes, Designer Mulch,$29.50 Per Yard available in, Black, Chocolate Brown, and Red.

Leaf Mulch  The Best Mulch for Your plants $18.50 

Triple Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch  $26.00 and our Budget Cutter mulch which offers an lower price at just $18.00 per yard. aged Pine Bark Fines, Pine Bark Mulch Mix and Long Needle NC Pine Straw.


With a knowledgeable background of mulch since 1998, we at Area Mulch and Soils enjoy helping you decide what type of mulch you need.  

Use Our Product Calculator to find out how much mulch to order.

Leaf Mulch: Black in color, Images shown is leaf mulch is aged 3-4 years old. It holds color very well and does not fade. Leaf Mulch as it ages turn closer to pH neutral, it the will not burn. It is our most recommended mulch for first time mulching of flower gardens. We highly recommend it, because it breaks up clay soils here in Raleigh and adds more nutrients compared to other mulches. It holds moisture the best of all mulches, does not get hard in bottom layers.

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It is has very high nutrient content and adds 70-90% more nutrients to your plants than traditional mulch. It adds the most microbial life to your soils of any groundcover mulch. One advantage of leaf mulch, is that after one year, plants can grow directly in the mulch. Note, may contain small pieces of trash try the leaf mulch and you will see a positive difference in your plants with it.

Triple Shredded Hard bark: It is made from a variety of hardwoods, and is resistant to water erosion and wash out. A great choice for weed prevention and contrast well with green grass. This mulch will last approximately one year.

Pine Bark Fines: Finely ground use as mulch or soil- conditioner.

Pine Bark Mulch Mix: Pine bark tends to last longer than other organic mulches, whether finely ground or larger pieces. Shredded pine bark a also contains small pieces of pine wood, last approximately 3 years. Not recommended for slopes or where water flows

Decorative Designer Hardwood Mulch: Colors available are Black, Chocolate brown and Russet Red.

Our Budget Cutter: A basic mulch made from a mix of aged hardwoods and soft woods this mulch this year is black in color. Quickly coming the cheaper mulch to use here in Wake County.


Poor Mans Mulch is back: Made from a mixture of 70% wood and 30% bark. 20 Yards $275.00



LEAF MULCH $18.50  Per yrd.    

15 /$245.00                20/$300.00

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Pine Bark Fines $35.00 Premium / Reg. $27.00
Triple Shredded Hardwood Mulch  $26.00


Pine Bark Mulch $27.00
Black Designer Mulch $29.50   12yrd Min.
Chocolate Brown Designer $29.50    12 Yrd Min.
Russet Red Designer $29.50     12 Yrd Min.
Brown River Bed  Rock Mulch $60.00 per ton
Budget Cutter Hardwood & Softwood  $20.00 per yard. 15 yards $265.00

20 yards $325.00


Poor Mans Mulch is Back 20 yards $275.00
Additional delivery may apply on your location  Sales Tax added to all loads

Why Use Mulch;
  • Can greatly enhances your property value,
  • Increases Moisture around your plants,
  • Suppresses Weeds,
  • Stabilizes soil temperatures around plants there by helping them to survive quick cold snaps,
  • Saves moisture around your plants,
  • Reduces soils compaction,
  •  Some types of Mulches actually can provide nutrients like our  Aged  leaf Mulch.
  • Some mulches are all ready full of microbial life, like our aged Leaf Mulch.
  • Some mulches can help break up the clay here in Wake County ( Pine Bark fines )
  • Some mulches actually repel some insects,

Do's and Don'ts about Mulch,

  • Keep mulch 4-6 inches away from the foundation of your home,
  • When applying 2-3 depth no more than 3 inches.
  • Don't put mulch right up to the stem of plants and shrubs there by making a habituate for mice to gnaw on your plant stems when it's cold.
  •  Getting the most bang for your buck when using stained wood mulches if applied at least 3 inches deep, as it fades, simply roll it over for another 8-10 months of color.
  • Warning To much mulch can cause root damage.
  • Rock mulches put deep next to your foundation has in fact cause more termite damage than mulch. Termites don't like pieces of bark they like logs, large pieces of wood. Moisture is the main problem termites love moisture. NC State has done research on this very subject.


To order Call 919-870-9771

Updated  05/10/19