Jac o' lyn Murphy: Spring Forward with Scotts Florida Select Mulch!

Monday, May 6, 2013

Spring Forward with Scotts Florida Select Mulch!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts Miracle-Gro. All opinions are 100% mine.


Our yard always seems to be a work in progress.  

I like to keep things simple and pretty, but since our yard is small, 

I want to make sure the plants flow together but still stand out on their own.


 I have seen a lot of inspiration around the web,

and it seems I am always drawn to the landscaping with mulch.





It just makes the yard look "done".


 In our quest for sustainable gardening,

I use Scotts Florida Select Natural Eucalyptus Mulch.

 photo 6d50af2c-aba7-44e2-b0ed-d3510804d726_zps3aae88a5.jpg

It is natural, made in the USA (100% Florida grown Eucalyptus) and effective in preventing weeds naturally (by blocking growth and access to sunlight). 

It is an easy way to add definition and beauty.


I love Scotts Nature Scapes mulch color and texture options!

Not only do they help maintain moisture and create a groomed landscape all year long,

it is such a fun way to change up the entire look of the yard...

Scotts Nature Scapes Advanced Classic Black photo ScreenShot2013-04-04at13618PM_zps99d72d69.png

 photo ScreenShot2013-04-04at13630PM_zps587e6b17.png

Deep Forest Brown photo ScreenShot2013-04-04at13636PM_zpsf0e45903.png



Florida Select Mulch is easy to use and in minutes, with a few simple gardening supplies such as a shovel and gloves, plants and your mulch, you are finished.

 Spread it 3 inches deep and keep mulch several inches from tree trunks and house foundations.  You can apply it around trees, shrubs, flowers or vegetables after the seeds have germinated and plants have developed (do not use it before they are ready!)  

A 2 cubic foot bag will cover 8 square feet of bedding area.


And the best part is I love the smell!  

I know that sounds weird, but it brings me right back to my days of living in San Francisco and walking through the gorgeous Eucalyptus trees in The Presidio.


Happy Mulching!


Visit Sponsor's Site

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I am thrilled for each one!
If you have a question or would like a source

Blog Widget by LinkWithin