The information below represents approximations as color, weight and bale sizes vary throughout the year.   

10' x 4' = 40 sq. ft. @ 2.5" depth
If you have used mulch in the past, a general rule of thumb is one yard of hardwoood mulch will cover approximately 100 sq feet at 2.5-3 inches deep. Thus, three bales of pine straw will cover one yard of mulch. Multiply the length times the width of each of your beds. Then add all your totals up and divide by 100, then multiply by 3 and that is the number of bales you will use. In the begining, we suggest you order a few additional bales to ensure ample coverage and margin of error.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal and Discover are accepted, as well as debit cards which bear the Visa or MasterCard logo. *If you choose to pick-up the pine straw at Maxwell's Hardware, they only accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Checks and cash. Payment is required at time of order.
No. Please tell us where you would like the bales of Pine Straw stacked and they will be in that spot when you return home.
Yes, we provide Free over the phone estimates to assist you. If you're a repeat customer, we can review your prior orders to tell you how many bales you ordered last time.
We always carry additional bales on the trailer when making deliveries and if needed at the time of delivery, you need additional bales, we can supply these bales at that time. No need place an additional order and incur an additional delivery charge if you decide to purchase additional bales before the truck leaves your home or business.
Yes, Please call us immediately (484-202-7608) and in most cases we can make your delivery today as we always carry additional bales on the trailer for instances like this.
The vast majority are Longleaf Pine Needles which is considered by many to be a Premium Needle.
The majority are Slash (aka Long Needle) Pine Straw. Slash Pine Straw is 5" to 9" in length and does not have all the benefits of the Longleaf Pine Needle
Yes, the hardwood bark mulch does not have to be removed
No, you can place the hardwood bark mulch directly on top of the pine straw mulch which will decompose and provident nutrients to your soil.
Yes, we can spread the pine straw for you. The price is $10.00 per bale.
Answer: Pine needles are inherently acidic, however, they do not have the capacity to lower soil pH. There is no harm or fear in using pine straw to mulch shrub borders, flower beds and vegetable gardens. Even a 2 to 3 inch layer of pine mulch will not measurably change the soil pH.