Using Tree Bark as Mulch

Can I use fresh cut tree bark as mulch?

By Jackie Kranz from Hawkin, TX


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April 6, 20090 found this helpful


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I agree. Yes. Denise

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April 10, 20090 found this helpful

If you like roses then you best like tree bark as they do. I grow antique on root roses and tree bark and oak leaves are a given along with a little black cow. My Oak trees vie for the same soil in my sunny spot and the tree bark allows the trees and the roses to feed like they want.

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April 13, 20090 found this helpful

Was your tree taken down due to disease? If yes, then NO. In some states it is illegal to keep the bark from a diseased tree or any part of it for landscaping purposes.


Minnesota is one of them. Infact, you cannot buy fire wood or bring in to a state park firewood that is not approved. It must be boughten at the park store. Reason? To make sure no bugs are in the wood that are from diseased trees.

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