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Finished Mulch – Free Delivery & 20% off for 30 Customers Only

mulch in landscaping LRMulch saves water, prevents erosion, moderates soil temperature, suppresses weeds, and looks beautiful. The City provides free mulch that residents can pick up at the library on an as available basis. However, the City mulch is from recent tree trimmings that have been shredded and it is not processed or uniform in appearance and quality.

For higher grade mulch, Peach Hill Soils is offering a 20% discount and free delivery to the first 30 households in Thousand Oaks that order. Peach Hill Soils is providing these discounts as part of their “Got Mulch” program, sponsored by the Ventura County Recycling Market Development Zone RMDZ) which helps create local markets for the processing, manufacturing, and marketing of materials made with recycled or reused materials. The City is a member of the RMDZ.

Call Peach Hill Soils at 805/529-6164 to order. Discounted quantities are limited to 20 cubic yards, and discounted delivery is limited to $100 value (delivery to Thousand Oaks addresses normally costs $65 to $125, depending on size and location of delivery). No commercial landscapers may order through this offer.

If you are not one of the first 30 homes responding to this offer, you can still pick up mulch at Peach Hill’s residential supply yard, co-located at Performance Gardens, 6001 E. Los Angeles Ave. Somis 93066.  Next month, you will be able to order their products online at www.PeachHillSoils.com. Through their website, Peach Hill Soils also offers community grants for schools and local non-profits looking to add mulch to their landscapes.

Another local vendor of mulch is Agromin, at 485-9200 or www.agromin.com, with several retail locations throughout Ventura County.

To learn more about mulch, composting, and ongoing garden workshops, click on our Garden Resources page.

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