Cocoa Shell Mulch
When cocoa beans are roasted, the shell separates from the bean. The roasting process sterilizes the shells so that they are weed free and organic. They have a sweet smell and an attractive appearance. Cocoa shell mulch contains nitrogen, phosphate, and potash which is very beneficial to the soil. They also help retain moisture in the garden beds and reduce weeds.
Potting soil is great growing mixture for flowering, herb, and edible plants. It can be used in containers or in landscapes. It is a mixture that contains soil, peat moss, vermiculite, and other nutrients to provide the best growing medium for plants.
Peat moss is a natural organic material that improves sandy, clay, and unproductive soils. It is ideal for seeding new lawns, restoring lawns, planting trees or shrubs and as a soil amendment. Peat moss can be used to bind sandy soils or loosen clay soils.
Top soil is just black ground that can be used to mix in with existing ground, especially if not additional amenities are needed to be added.
Cow manure is a type of compost that used as an organic fertilizer. It can be used to add nutrients (nitrogen) back into the soil. Do not mix into the soil to heavily as it can burn or decrease productivity in that area. Mix it according to the directions on the bag.
Cedar mulch is shredded or chipped wood shavings from a cedar tree. It can be used in garden and landscape beds. It is best used around shrubs, trees, and some perennials and roses.
Hardwood mulch is shredded or chipped wood shavings from a various kinds of trees. It can be used in garden and landscape beds. It is best used around shrubs, trees, and some perennials and roses.