# How Much Mulch Do I Need To Refresh?

If there is no mulch at all, you’ll need to plan on putting at least 2 inches, and maybe as much as 3 inches, of mulch to cover the whole area. You may just require a 1-inch covering of material if you are only renewing your mulch. So, if you think about it, you could need twice as much mulch to effectively cover a bed if there isn’t enough material available right now.

It’s important to remember that mulch is sold by the cubic yard.One cubic yard of the material may cover a 324-square-foot area that is one inch deep and is one inch wide.Then multiply your square footage by the depth in inches you wish, then divide the result by 324 to get your total.Here’s how to use the formula: Cubic yards are required based on the square footage multiplied by the desired depth divided by 324.

## How much mulch should I add to my garden bed?

More precisely, if you have less than 2 inches (5 cm) of mulch in your flowerbeds and less than 3 inches (8 cm) of mulch around shrubs and trees, you should consider replenishing your garden mulch. You should be able to top up the old layer with enough fresh mulch to make up the difference if you’re just down an inch (2.5 cm).

## How often should I refresh my garden mulch?

The need to replace garden mulch on a yearly basis is dependent on a variety of factors, including weather conditions and the type of mulch utilized. Some varieties of mulch will persist for up to five years, while others will be completely decomposed within a year.

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## How many bags of mulch do I need for my plot?

Simply input the width and length of your plot, and we’ll calculate how many bags you’ll need, as well as whether you should purchase in bulk from us or individual bags from a Strulch Mulch stockist.You would require a total of two 13.5kg bags.We encourage you to purchase 25 x 13.5kg bags from Strulch Limited, or the appropriate number of 9kg bags from one of our local or online suppliers, instead.

## How much can I top off the old mulch with?

You should be able to top up the old layer with enough fresh mulch to make up the difference if you’re just down an inch (2.5 cm). Were you able to use this information?