How much mulch should do I use, and how do I apply it?

As a rule of thumb, a 2- to 4-inch layer of mulch that extends 4 to 6 feet from the base of the tree should be applied above the existing soil. Be sure to leave a one-inch gap between the base of the tree and the mulch so that the completed application resembles a doughnut.

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I wanted to make you aware that your team did a great job today and yesterday. They went back and got the few hangers near the 52 gate and left the gardens looking the way it did prior to their arriving. Thank you for fitting us into your busy schedule and for your team’s hard work!

Tyler A., Longwood Gardens

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