I love gardening, but I absolutely hate pulling weeds! I have tried several different methods of killing the weeds and grass that are always determined to take over my flower beds. Nothing has really worked well for me until I discovered the Perm-A-Mulch Pathway.
There are a dozen things to love about this product, but mostly, it really does work!
Last spring, I covered my small flower bed on the side of my house with the Perm-A-Mulch Pathway. I started with this small area as a test area because I knew if it worked there, I could use it in all of my beds. But if it did not work as advertised, only a few hours and a limited investment would be wasted.
I am thrilled to say, here we are a full year later and I could not be happier with the results!
How to Install and Use Perm-A-Mulch Pathway
- Start by Cleaning and Clearing Out the Flower Beds. (Do not remove plants or trees, only weeds, leaves & debris)
- Cut Strips of the Perm-A-Mulch Pathway and Lay Them Slightly Overlapping
- Cut Circles Out at the Base of Each Plant or Tree
- Cover with Gardening Rocks to Hold the Perm-A-Mulch in Place
Benefits & Highlights of the Perm-A-Mulch Pathway
- No More Weeds
- No More Grass Taking Over My Flower Beds
- Easy to Lay
- Easy to Cut
- Water Can Permeate it to Water the Plants
- Made of Recycled Tires
- Looks Natural in Beds
- Lasts for Years
You will want to take a moment to look at the photos below.
I have included a photo taken a year after the Perm-A-Mulch Pathway was originally laid.
It really is that simple, fast and easy!
Gardening Lava Rocks to Hold Perma Mulch in Place
We have used the Red Lava Rock in our Flower Beds for nearly 20 years. It is my personal favorite rock to use in my flower beds. It is fairly lightweight to work around, yet heavy enough to hold bedding fabric in place.
Protect Your Trees with Perma Mulch Rings!
I have also added these tree rings at the base of each of my decorative trees. The tender bark on my magnolia trees, my Yoshina Cherry tree and all of our baby trees are entirely too susceptible to disease if the bark is broken or cut by a weed-eater.
Nothing grows through this awesome product, and yet, water is able to penetrate it in order to water the trees. The rings are also rather attractive. Not the least bit distracting from the aesthetics of the yard.
Another big plus, it makes cutting the grass a lot easier simply because you don’t have to duck under the lower tree limbs to cut the grass underneath.
I actually like the Perma Mulch Tree Rings so much that I included them with the Rose of Sharon Bushes that I gave my mom for Mother’s Day last year.
I love working in my yard and thanks to my Perm-A-Mulch Pathway Bedding, I can actually enjoy it even more with No More Weeding!!!
Note About My Garden Figurines: You can also learn How to Paint Your Own Garden Figurines like you see in the photos above, with my easy to follow tutorial. (Simply click the titled link)