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Rubber Mulch, an amazing new breakthrough in children’s playground and landscape surfacing. The unique rubber nuggets or flakes are made from 100% recycled rubber and then colored with rubberized paint. It is an environmentally safe and attractive alternative to traditional landscaping. Long lasting, virtually maintenance free. Colors will not significantly fade for long time. Controls weed growth. Inhibits mold, fungus, bugs and rodent infestations. Will not compress or flatten out, be blown away or washed away. , Rubber mulch is also environmentally friendly, it also helps to conserve moisture in the soil around the roots of flowers and shrubs, significantly reducing water use. Ideal for flowerbeds, around trees and shrubs, and all decorative landscaping applications. In addition, it can be used as a safety surface for residential play areas.

Mulch Applications

Rubber mulch is the best investment in ground cover that money can buy. Here are application examples for residential and commercial use:

  • Commercial and Residential Landscapes
  • Flower Beds and gardens
  • Around Trees and shrubs
  • Golf Courses & surroundings

Benefits of rubber Mulch Applications

  • Environmentally safe & sensitive (does not consume forest resources)
  • All colors are non-toxic
  • Non-harmful to children, pets or animals
  • Will not attract termites or Insects like other mulches
  • Saves time and money every year by replacing the need for annually mulching
  • Available In Vibrant Colors to Match Your Landscape
  • Heavier and more durable than other mulch materials
  • Will not float away in heavy rain or blow away with the wind
  • Protects against mosquito nesting, rubber mulch remains dry on top
  • Insulates root systems from harsh winter weather
  • Acts as a weed barrier with a 2" or greater application
  • Helps retain vital moisture in the ground for plants, shrubs and trees
  • Excellent drainage for use around plants and flowerbeds
  • Colors resist fading, decomposition and leaching


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