Mulch Dye Keeps Landscaping Looking Fresh And New
Landscaping and its maintenance to keep it looking neat and manicured can require a lot of expense and time. A home’s “curb appeal” is important, not only for homeowner pride but for home value. For a business, the exterior appearance is as important as the interior to draw customers inside and to communicate that image of professionalism and attention to detail. With so much riding on it, it’s well worth keeping it looking fresh and appealing.
Though it doesn’t get the attention of beautiful flowers and sculpted shrubbery, mulch is an important part of the look of a landscape. It is the base from which the rest emerges, contrasting and highlighting the array of colors of the plants and flowers in the beds. Regardless of the beauty of the vegetation, mulch that is old and faded will give the entire landscape a tired, worn out feeling.
Unfortunately, replacing the old mulch with fresh mulch every year after it has faded to an unappealing gray color is costly and time-consuming. Over mulching can also be detrimental to trees and plants in time. There is a secret of the landscape industry that is now available to all, however, and that is mulch colorant, or mulch dye. Mulch dye can be quickly and inexpensively applied to old mulch to give it a fresh, like-new appearance that will enhance the look of every part of the landscape and garden. Depending on the color palette of the structure and flowering plants, mulch dye is available in different color tones to complement existing plants and make them visually stand out.
Mulch dye is very easy to use and environmentally safe for use in the garden and non-toxic for people and pets. All it takes is water and a sprayer that is readily available at lawn and garden supply or hardware stores. Mix the dye with water according to the directions and apply it to the old, faded mulch to give it new, vibrant color. Mulch dye can be used on any type of mulch, including wood chips, bark, and pine.
Cleanup is easy with a simple rinse of the equipment all that is required. Any dye that over sprays onto a sidewalk or siding can be easily rinsed away with water. Mulch dye is a quick and easy solution to an old, expensive problem. With mulch dye, your landscaping can always look fresh and attended without the expense and labor of replacing old mulch with new every year.