Do you use mulch?

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  1. Dirtmechanic

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    Is chinesium toxic? It always seems biodegradable under my uses
     
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    So about that pile of compost...off season hardwood pellets for 2 bucks a bag? I could not help myself. Surely a hardwood filler amongst pathstones will settle down into a reasonable filler? IMG_20200128_083937_resize_13.jpg
     
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    Local red cedar bark is used on a lot of the paths. It discourages the slugs and weeds. Great for around the tall bush blueberries.
     
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    Hardwood sawdust is supposedly an acidifier too. I suppose I might have enough for our blueberries.
     



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