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Scotts Nature Scapes Classic Black/Brown/Red Mulch, 56.6 L with PM at HD or Lowes $3.59 (May 22-28)

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Scotts Nature Scapes Classic Black/Brown/Red Mulch, 56.6 L with PM at HD or Lowes $3.59 (May 22-28)

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TSC stores has Scotts Nature Scapes Mulch on for $3.99 from May 22 to May 28. Price match at Lowes or Home Depot.

Brown
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/scotts ... 8?rec=true

Red
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/scotts ... 8?rec=true
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As TSC is an Ontario store chain those having Coop stores in the west can also match Lowe's/HD for $3.56
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Like $45 a yard, good price. I pay more buying bulk at green house.
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Of course it goes on sale now. Just bought and spread my 25 bags for this year Face With Rolling Eyes
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This this stuff alot better than Costco or no name (RCSS)?
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JRGUINNESS wrote: This this stuff alot better than Costco or no name (RCSS)?
Is the Costco brand bad? I bought 2 bags to test it out. I normally go with the Bella brand at TSC. I try to avoid Scotts products.
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hierophant wrote: Is the Costco brand bad? I bought 2 bags to test it out. I normally go with the Bella brand at TSC. I try to avoid Scotts products.
I prefer the Scotts brand. I find it keeps it's colour longer.
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frankmp wrote: Its very fine..shredded material. Hardly any bark or chips.....
You're right. It's utter crap. The <1% content of somewhat actual larger pieces of wood, aren't even properly blackened; the rest of it is 97% fine splinter-type wood, which explains why the 56l bag is overall lighter than other's 42l bags. I ended up buying 15 bags of this crud. Even the no-name 42l bags @ $3 are better. I've checked most of the bagged brands and they're all what seems like reject mulch; I think Lowes may have the big 200litre sized bags they truck deliver onto your driveway, that has larger proper wood chips in it.
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Mar 7, 2011
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I cant seem to find the actual flyer online. Happen to have a link?
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frankmp wrote: Its very fine..shredded material. Hardly any bark or chips.....
Yes, the Rona brand mulch is way better than Scots. Scots has big chunks in it and it’s not as finely ground.
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Can these be used in vegetable gardens? If not, what do I mulch with? I keep reading that I need to mulch.
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JRGUINNESS wrote: This this stuff alot better than Costco or no name (RCSS)?
Costco is cheaper at $3.99 for 71L but can't speak to the quality.
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Apr 28, 2011
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MikeBrewerWheelerDealer wrote: Yes, the Rona brand mulch is way better than Scots. Scots has big chunks in it and it’s not as finely ground.
I think the user was saying the exact opposite.

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