Find Great Prices On Quality Garden Mulch At Kennedy’s Cranbourne

Keep your plant roots cool this summer with a healthy coating of good quality garden mulch. Apply mulch on top of soil to beautify garden beds, and prevent soil being exposed to the sun during hot, dry weather. As well as helping the soil retain water and keep from drying out, mulch can also prevent weed growth.

For best effectiveness apply around 5-10cm thick across an even area, remembering to keep it about 5cm away from the base of plants to reduce the risk of stem rot.

Kennedy’s Cranbourne is one of the premier suppliers of garden and playground mulch to the Cranbourne, Berwick, Narre Warren and Clyde North areas.  To find out which variety of mulch is best for your garden and get an estimate on the prices, speak with our knowledgeable team on 03 5996 2504 today!

Calculating the volume of mulch you need

To determine the amount of mulch needed for a project, it’s first necessary to calculate the volume of the garden bed. Use Kennedy’s Cranbourne’s Volumetric Calculator to determine the volume needed for any product, in any shape or size.

Not shown in Photos is 20mm Pine Bark (Chunky Bark)

Please Note: Photos are for display purposes only, actual product of natural mulches may vary slightly

As one of the most experienced and professional mulch suppliers in Clyde North, Cranbourne, Narre Warren, Carrum Downs, and Berwick, Kennedy’s has a range of different mulch solutions, available at prices that will work for landscapers and homeowners alike.

Types of mulch and compost available

NEW PRODUCTS – Revive Recycled Compost and Bush Chip Mulch:

Ask about our newest mulch products. See image above


Sugar cane mulch and mushroom mulch, remove are all great for vegetable gardens and shallow-rooted plants. All feeding mulches eventually breakdown and provide (“feed”) nutrients to the soil.

Woody and Feeding:

Examples such as Midnight Black mulch, Cottage fines, or Blended Bark are used in both shallow-rooted and deep-rooted plants. Woody and feeding mulches are less likely to be blown away, and can be used on exposed sites.

Hard Permanent:

Examples include rocks and pebbles, and are best used in rocky gardens, walkways and driveways.  See more on our google page


Contact us today!

To find out more about our mulches, to get an idea of the prices available for bulk orders, or to explore how to make your gardening ideas a reality, get in touch with Kennedy’s Cranbourne by calling 03 5996 2504 or filling out our contact form here.