Mulch & Mow Rings

Mulch & Mow Rings enhance a neat and tidy landscape

The outward facing angle allows mowers to get right up to the rings eliminating the need for additional edge trimming. Rings act as an active barrier to weeds and reduces mulch loss through wind and bird scratching, thus retaining moisture in the tree roots.

Mulch & Mow Rings are supplied in two halves for fitting around larger established trees. The two halves simply bolt together with the fixings supplied. Installation is quick and simple (easy to relocate) with each ring held securely in place by 4 off 300mm galvanised steel spikes (supplied).

  • Description: Galvanised steel tree rings
    Material: 5mm thick rolled mild steel angle.
    Sizes: MM600G – 600 x 50 x 50 x 4mm angle. MM900G – 900 x 70 x 70 x 5mm angle. MM1200G – 1200 x 70 x 70 x 5mm angle.
    Weight: 600 (6kgs), 900 (15kgs), 1200 (20kgs).
    Finish: Hot dip galvanised.
    Installation: 4 off 300mm galvanised spikes (supplied).
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