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Home Depot Stores (link for reference only) have Vigoro 2 cu. ft. Mulch (Red, Brown, or Black) on sale for $2 each. [Store Locator]. Thanks Hellyea

Home Depot Stores (link for reference only) also have Scotts Earthgro 2 cu. ft. Mulch (Red, Brown, or Black) on sale for $2 each. [Store Locator].
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Includes Scotts EarthGro and Vigaro in Black, Brown, and Red.

Mulch (red, brown, black) [homedepot.com]

Limit 60 per customer. Advertised in the Spring Black Friday circular.

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Last Edited by Arkansas-Farmer April 4, 2019 at 08:07 AM
NOTE: The deal links to just Vigoro brand Brown mulch. However, Scott's Earthgro is also on sale for the same colors of red, brown, and black.

Personally, I prefer Scott's Eathgro brand. I've use both Scott's Earthgro and Vigoro and felt the quality is better with Scott's. Retail price and user ratings back that up:
  • Retail price on Scott's is $3.75 per bag, whereas Vigoro is $3.33 per bag.
  • User rating for Scott's Brown is 4.2 out of 5, whereas Vigoro is 4.1.
If you want to see the full list of 6 types of mulch on sale (colors Red/Brown/Black from either Vigoro or Scott's), here's the link: https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...1vZ1z18hia

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Whichever requires less fuel to get to? Smilie
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For me, it's easier and faster to haul a bag to where its needed, tear it open, dump and spread than to shovel it into a wheelbarrow and take it to where it's needed, then try to dump and spread (some places must shovel again). To each his own.
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Keep in mind that mulch is generally regional, meaning it's not sourced from one location and distributed nationally. This explains why there are reports of a great variation in quality - some people will say the mulch is fine, others complain it has a ton of rocks or other debris like large sticks or even plastic/trash.

$1/cu ft is pretty much the recurring sale rate this time of year. FWIW I can get bulk mulch delivered to my house for around the same price. For me, I require *yards* of mulch so hauling tiny bags (about 14 HD/Lowes bags per yard and I usually use around 12-14 yards) from the store (multiple trips) is a huge PITA. Just saying keep your options open and check locally before you automatically assume the bagged version is better for you.
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Can we order online or is this pick up only
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Can we order online or is this pick up only
Delivery is from nearby store for a fee.
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Lowes has Scott's nature scapes for 5/$10 starts on 4/4 also. Which one is best?
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im new to garden, where to use mulch and where to use pine straw?
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Regional or national? I recall in past years this was earlier in the south vs. the north.
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It's just mulch, I am going with the least expensive
I am confused. Home Depot has it for $2 for 2 Cu Ft bag. Lowes has 5 bags for $10. Which one is cheaper?

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I am confused. Home Depot has it for $2 for 2 Cu Ft bag. Lowes has 5 bags for $10. Which one is cheaper?

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Whichever requires less fuel to get to? Smilie
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I am confused. Home Depot has it for $2 for 2 Cu Ft bag. Lowes has 5 bags for $10. Which one is cheaper?

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awww ya got me, I think I may be up too early Smilie
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Lowe's bags are 1.5 Cu ft
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Lowe's bags are 1.5 Cu ft
No, not here in their Texas ad. Scott's 2 cu ft Texas Select Mulch at 5 for $10
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Keep in mind that mulch is generally regional, meaning it's not sourced from one location and distributed nationally. This explains why there are reports of a great variation in quality - some people will say the mulch is fine, others complain it has a ton of rocks or other debris like large sticks or even plastic/trash.

$1/cu ft is pretty much the recurring sale rate this time of year. FWIW I can get bulk mulch delivered to my house for around the same price. For me, I require *yards* of mulch so hauling tiny bags (about 14 HD/Lowes bags per yard and I usually use around 12-14 yards) from the store (multiple trips) is a huge PITA. Just saying keep your options open and check locally before you automatically assume the bagged version is better for you.
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