Saunders Landscape Supply Celebrates Spring With Sale on Mulch

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Maryland landscape service recommends mulching early to prevent weed germination and encourage water retention for a healthy growing season.

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This is the beginning of the mulch season. It's like a light switch, we go from zero to 100. There is a lot of pent up demand after the winter time, you want to primarily mulch before weeds germinate come spring

Saunders Landscape Supply is ready to offer double-shredded mulch at a discount for the prime mulching season. Peak mulch sales occur between March 10 and June 10, as gardeners begin their recovery from winter.

Gardeners use mulch for a variety of reasons. From weed suppression to water retention, mulch does it all! Some people even use mulch to improve their garden's aesthetic appeal. When mulch is applied to the suggested thickness of three inches, it will prevent weed growth for an extended period of time.

"We go as low as $19.99 per cubic yard with no delivery charge for double shredded hardwood mulch -- we sell in volume, you more you purchase the less it is per cubic yard," explains Donald Saunders, President of Saunders Landscape Supply. The current pricing is a great second chance for consumers who may have missed the winter mulch sale. Saunders Landscape Supply can deliver throughout much of Maryland and Northern Virginia, and never adds an extra delivery charge to the order.

Saunders Landscape Supply doesn't just offer double-shredded hardwood mulch and early spring landscaping supplies. If the dark brown of hardwood mulch is not to a consumer's taste, they can browse the many color-treated mulches available to find a suitable option. In addition to hardwood mulch and color-treated mulch, Saunders Landscape Supply offers leaf mulch and playground mulch. Playground mulch chips have been sent through the grinder twice, and with no burrs, so that the chips are safer for children to play on. Leaf mulch is growing in popularity due to its ability to retain color for longer periods of time.

Donald Saunders is confident that the company will be able to keep up with growing demand.

"This is the beginning of the mulch season. It's like a light switch, we go from zero to 100. There is a lot of pent up demand after the winter time, you want to primarily mulch before weeds germinate come spring," he stated, adding that, "We certainly have enough inventory to meet demands for customers, we don't expect to run out anytime soon."

About Sauders Landscape Supply

Saunders Landscape Supply has been operating in the Northern Virginia and Maryland areas since 1994. Offering quality gravel, firewood, mulch and more, the company can deliver to multiple area locations. To learn more, visit http://www.saundersls.com.

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