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Mulch and compost coupons

EBMUD and Contra Costa Water District have partnered with local nurseries, garden centers, and soil companies to offer discounts on organic mulch and compost. Download and print a coupon from the business of your choice listed below. Present it at time of purchase.

Morgan's Home & Garden Coupon 2555 E. 18th Street Antioch
Stoneyard Masonry Coupon 805 Port Chicago Way Bay Point
Vision Recycling Benecia Coupon 1460 Goodyear Road Benecia
Brentwood Decorative Rock, Inc. Coupon 6745 Brentwood Boulevard Brentwood
Bill's Ace Hardware (valid at all East Bay locations) Coupon 4451 Clayton Road Concord
Mt. Diablo Landscape Center Coupon 2445 Vista Del Monte Concord
Sloat Garden Center and Topsoil (valid at all East Bay locations) Coupon

800 Camino Ramon

828 Diablo Road

Danville

Danville

Alden Lane Nursery Coupon 981 Alden Lane Livermore
Vision Recycling Livermore Coupon 30 Greenville Road Livermore
Contra Costa Topsoil Inc. Coupon 5030 Imhoff Drive Martinez
Ecomulch Coupon 5010 Pacheco Boulevard Martinez
MacAlvey's Nursery Coupon 5733 Alhambra Avenue Martinez
Vision Recycling Newark Coupon 6756 Central Avenue Newark
Broadway Terrace Nursery Coupon 4340 Clarewood Drive  Oakland
Grand Lake Ace Garden Center Coupon 4001 Grand Avenue Oakland
McDonnell Nursery Coupon 196 Moraga Way Orinda
American Soil and Stone  Coupon  2121 San Joaquin Street, Building A Richmond
Evergreen Nursery Coupon 350 San Leandro Boulevard San Leandro

What is mulch?

Mulch is made up of organic material like shredded or chipped tree bark. A three-inch layer of mulch spread over bare soil will enhance the health of your garden. Benefits of mulch include: 

  • Increased soil moisture
  • Suppressed weeds
  • Moderated soil temperature, insulating plant roots against extreme temperatures
  • Reduced sun damage to irrigation equipment covered by mulch
  • Increased aestetics as mulch fills open spaces and bare ground

What is compost?

Compost is decomposed organic matter often made up of urban plant debris and food waste. Compost is much finer in texture than mulch and can be applied topically, added to a plant's root ball, or added under mulch to amend soil. Benefits of compost include:

  • Increased plant growth
  • Reduced need for chemical fertilizers
  • Improved soil structure through the addition of beneficial bacteria and fungi
  • Improved soil water retention