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Top 41 Mulch Projects

  1. 1. Mulch Vacuum

    DIY Network shares information about a tool that turns leaves into mulch. This mulch vacuum is a must-have for the eco-friendly gardene...

  2. 2. Mulch Options

    DIY Network experts discuss the different benefits of various types of mulch and help you determine which type is best for your garden.

  3. 3. From the Pot to the Ground (02:13)

    Here are tips on transplanting container-grown plants into the ground.

  4. 4. Modern Fire Wall (04:56)

    A makeover that includes a modern fire wall gives this backyard real style.

  5. 5. Backyard Facelift- Part 3 (04:28)

    Carter creates a backyard space with a new grill, dining area, and fort.

  6. 6. Backyard Facelift- Part 4 (04:40)

    Carter creates a backyard space with a new grill, dining area, and fort.

  7. 7. Eco Friendly Pavers and More (01:37)

    This driveway, walkway and garden area are all environmentally friendly.

  8. 8. Herbicides for Weed Control (00:01:44)

    Ahmad explains the use of preemergent herbicides for weed control.

  9. 9. The Saga of Three (00:03:41)

    John DeSilvia and John Palanca wrap up things for an open house.

  10. 10. Desperate Yard Makeover (03:21)

    We serve a hard-working police officer with front yard transformation.

  11. 11. Organic Ways to Manage Weeds

    When you're ready to manage weeds with organic controls, there are several options. Learn some of the most popular eco-friendly choices...

  12. 12. Mulching and Bagging vs. Edging and Trimming

    Should you mulch and bag or edge and trim? These are important questions when caring for your lawn. DIY experts offer some answers.

  13. 13. Combating Weeds! (01:57)

    Take a closer look at landscape cloths and an earth-friendly alternative.

  14. 14. Picking the Right Mulch

    Get tips from the experts at DIY Network on what type of mulch to use in different areas around the yard.

  15. 15. The Secrets of Mulch (00:60)

    Ahmed Hassan gives viewers the tip of the iceberg on mulch.

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