Warrington, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/05/2018 -- Gardeners who are searching for the best way to help their planting zones, trees, or shrubbery survive the winter season are encouraged to give Victory Gardens, Inc. a call today to inquire about their wholesale mulch supply in PA. Mulching in the winter can help to minimize the damage done to both permanent plants and soil by frost, and it will give gardeners an easier time getting the soil ready for planting when the winter season is over.
Most gardeners already know about the benefits that mulching can bring to their gardens; regular mulching helps control soil temperature and fights weed growth, leaving a cleaner and healthier vegetable plot or flower bed. However, many neglect to add the benefits of winter mulching to their property, and they are left with damaged grass and trees by the time spring rolls around. Mulching during the winter is recommended because it helps to protect soil and tree roots from colder temperatures, provides them with moisture, and can even make spring pruning a little easier by limiting the germination of weed roots in the late winter. Victory Gardens, Inc. is now making winter mulching easier than ever by providing convenient delivery and wholesale solutions fit for every gardener.
Now is the time for gardeners and contractors to schedule their mulch delivery in Bucks County, PA to help them get their first layer down on their property before the first hard frost of the season arrives. Interested parties are encouraged to give Victory Gardens, Inc. a call today at 215-395-9725 or pay their team a visit online at http://victorygardensinc.com/ to learn more about the benefits of winter mulching or their currently offered products and services.
About Victory Gardens Inc.
Victory Gardens Inc., with locations in Warrington, Warminster, Quakertown and Bensalem, is Southeast Pennsylvania's favorite source for top-quality triple-ground hardwood mulch, topsoil, garden soil mixes and stone for both residential and commercial uses.
For more information, visit http://victorygardensinc.com/.