Norfleet Quality Aromatic Cedar

Our Aromatic Cedar tends to break down more slowly compared to other types of mulch. Cedar wood contains natural compounds that resist decay and decomposition, which means it can take several years for cedar mulch to break down completely. This slow decomposition rate can be advantageous for long-term landscaping projects, as it means less frequent replacement of mulch is needed. However, it's essential to keep in mind that while cedar mulch decomposes slowly, it still provides many benefits to the soil and plants, such as moisture retention, weed suppression, and pest deterrence. It's known for its pleasant scent and natural insect-repelling properties. Many gardeners use cedar mulch for its aesthetic appeal and its ability to deter pests such as mosquitoes and other insects. It also has some benefits for plants, such as helping to retain moisture in the soil and providing insulation for roots during extreme temperatures. Overall, it's a popular choice for landscaping and gardening projects.