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Kylee L.

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Hi everyone!! Its been forever since I've been on here. Sheldon is doing AWESOME!! I've started a big cottage garden of all edible perennials for the little guy! My question pertains to mulch, the rain has been washing away my soil because it's on a small hill and I want to put down mulch to stop the erosion. Is mulch safe? Im worried the dye will get into the soil and then into the plants... any suggestions
 

Maro2Bear

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I wouldnt use the dyed mulch, see if you can get/use bags of Cypress Mulch. Lowes/HD usually carry this time of year. Nix the ones with dyes. (Also, that type is a real mix bag of everything (good/bad), best to use pure cypress).
 

Kylee L.

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I wouldnt use the dyed mulch, see if you can get/use bags of Cypress Mulch. Lowes/HD usually carry this time of year. Nix the ones with dyes. (Also, that type is a real mix bag of everything (good/bad), best to use pure cypress).
thank you!! its crazy the things you have to think about as a tort parent 😂😂
 

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