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Non Floating Mulch For Walk Ways

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Halime65 photos
Joined: 4/30/2009
Location: 8B Tallahassee, Florida
Posts: 146
Posted: Sep/22/2009 3:26 PM PST

Hi Guys!
I have a partial "sand pit" in my yard. I do not want to grow grass because it is just too much of a hassle. I would like to put down something like a mulch for us to walk on. The only no-float mulch I have seen is Cypress mulch which I have learned is not wise to purchase. So now I need advice on what to use that will not float away when it rains. We have a very slight decline when it rains and the neighbors pine bark chips all floated away!!!

Maybe I should use those small pebbles? I guess they are not cheap?
I plan on having a bunch of container plants in the area also.

Thanks,
Halime
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Joined: 4/29/2008
Location: Westlake, La
Posts: 10032
Posted: Sep/22/2009 5:25 PM PST

Why not the no-float cypress? I use that a lot-what's the reason? I need to know!
Halime65 photos
Joined: 4/30/2009
Location: 8B Tallahassee, Florida
Posts: 146
Posted: Sep/22/2009 5:30 PM PST

Here's a link:

http://saveourcypress.org/

I've also heard that if they left the Cypress alone then Katrina wouldn't of done all the damage that she did to LA, but who knows?

What gets me is that if the tree is so valuable then why do they ALLOW it to be cut??
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