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2 cu.ft. Vigoro Bagged Mulch or 1.5 cu.ft. Scotts Earthgro Bagged Mulch

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Home Depot has 2 cu. ft. Vigoro Bagged Mulch or 1.5 cu. ft. Scotts Earthgro Bagged Mulch (Black, Brown or Red) on sale for $1.98 each. Choose store pickup where stock permits.

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Beginning 4/8, Home Depot will have 2 cu ft bags Vigoro mulch, 5 bags for $10, available in store only, limit 75 bags per customer.


reference only https://www.homedepot.com/p/Vigor.../205606445

Scotts bags may be 1.5 cu ft.
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for the last time, mulches are sourced regionally even the bagged kind. Lowes, HD, etc get it from the same processor that "by the yard" use. If in your region construction debris is used, then you odds are very high you will run into it at any source
Ha, I say that about Home Depot. I much prefer Lowe's. But that's because our local Home Depot seems to be from 1972 and the Lowe's is much newer.
I get that, but the price is so much higher for bulk delivered mulch.

1 yard = 27 cu. ft = approx. 14 bags
14 bags with this deal = $28
1 yard bulk delivered = $55

I can get it down to $46/yard if I order 4 yards but that's still way more expensive, and how long will that pile be blocking my driveway?

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Thank God I don't have to go to Lowe's
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Ha, I say that about Home Depot. I much prefer Lowe's. But that's because our local Home Depot seems to be from 1972 and the Lowe's is much newer.
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Finally...
Can I buy online and get them loaded after showing proof of purchase or do I need to get inside the store?
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So the scots is 1.5 cu ft. Which is better?
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Mulch is not mulch. Both of these store bought mulch are literal trash. You will find construction debris inside of it and it breaks down fast.

Do yourself a huge favor and spend a little more and get mulch delivered by the yard or even better, if you have a truck pick it up.

For those of you that only need a bag or two you're probably fine but the quality is seriously trash.
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Mulch is not mulch. Both of these store bought mulch are literal trash. You will find construction debris inside of it and it breaks down fast.

Do yourself a huge favor and spend a little more and get mulch delivered by the yard or even better, if you have a truck pick it up.

For those of you that only need a bag or two you're probably fine but the quality is seriously trash.
for the last time, mulches are sourced regionally even the bagged kind. Lowes, HD, etc get it from the same processor that "by the yard" use. If in your region construction debris is used, then you odds are very high you will run into it at any source
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Picked up 20 bags of Scott Mulch last week from the Tractor Supply deal, same price
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We learned out lesson buying the cheap , color died mulch.

I only buy cypress or cedar mulch and also find sales on it for $2 a bag every year.

It seems to last longer and don't care about the color.

In areas where we want color we had river stones or other decorative stones delivered.
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Finally...
Can I buy online and get them loaded after showing proof of purchase or do I need to get inside the store?
Buy online for pickup. I called when I got there and They came and loaded right into my car.
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Would one be able to use a coupon for those mulch?
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