Pine Needle Mulch Problems?

Answer Pine needles litter the ground in pine groves, forests and home lawns. These pine needles form layers on homes, roadways and under the trees. Because each tree contains tens of thousands of needles... Read More »

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Can pine needles be used as mulch?

On One Hand: Pine Needles Offer AdvantagesPine needles are excellent sources of mulch especially for roses, azaleas and rhododendrons. They allow water to pass through easily and nourish the soil a... Read More »

Pine Vs. Cedar Mulch?

Many gardeners use mulch as an effective gardening and landscaping tool. Far more than just providing ground cover that you don't need to water or weed, mulch offers many benefits to your lawn and ... Read More »

Are Pine Cones Good for Mulch?

Pine trees shed pine cones in their natural growth cycles. Pine cones are woody clusters that contain pine seeds. These tight clusters are usually held together by natural resin until cones are mat... Read More »

How to Make Pine Needle Tea?

Pine needle tea is made from (surprise!) pine trees. It contains significant amounts of vitamin C (up to five times as much as a lemon[1]). Moreover, it is refreshing and can serve as a decongestan... Read More »