2018 ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, grasses, succulents and more!

All at the Show Barn at Myers Park in McKinney

April 21, 2018 | 9 a.m. — 3 p.m.


UPCOMING PUBLIC EVENTS
Apr 26 | 11:30 AM | The Landing at Myers Park
Apr 26 | 07:00 PM | La Madeline 5000 W Park Blvd Plano, Texas 75093
May 09 | 08:00 AM | Pepsico headquarters, Legacy Dr, Plano
May 10 | 10:00 AM | Barbara Robinson's home 7509 Darrow in Tucker Hill, McKinney, Texas 75071
May 10 | 01:00 PM | The Landing at Myers Park
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What is the best mulch to use in my flower beds? How often do I put it out and how much do I use?

Organic mulches are the best to use in your landscape.  Native hardwood mulches are readily available from the municipal recycling programs and also many retailers.  These hardwood mulches will break down to act as a natural fertilizer to your plants. Mulches also discourage weeds, cool the soil temperature, protect from erosion and conserve water.  Mulch should be kept at a 3 inch depth and can be applied anytime of the year.  The most common time is in the spring.  The depth of the mulch should be checked in the fall as well.