Tawa Mulch has been a trusted name in the business since 2005.
We are proud of our reputation of supplying quality mulch and landscape products with fair pricing and services second to none. Our extensive inventory and equipment allows our company to sell to both wholesale and retail customers.
We supply garden centers, landscaping companies and residential customers with the highest quality mulch products. In addition to mulch, we carry many products from various suppliers. Customers may pick up at our facility or have it delivered for an additional fee.
Our mulch is processed with only the finest mulching ingredients. It holds moisture in the ground and beautifies your landscape.
Our topsoil is 30% compost. It is screened, ground up, and kept under a tent to remain dry. All of our soil is sold by the cubic yard.
We visit each job and price our mobile grinding and hauling services based on the unique needs of the project.
A stone that serves for architectural decoration, as in mulch beds, driveways, or store fronts.
Cast in molds from hand-selected natural stone, using a process which captures all the beautiful textures.
NOW HIRING...Part-time, Seasonal Delivery Drivers and Loader Operators. If interested, please email Lacey@tawamulch.com.
Office Hours are now Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Come on over to Tawa Mulch & Landscape Supply on County Road 140 and have us load your Mulch or Landscape Material. Or Call 419-422-8292 to set up an appointment for us to deliver right to your home!
Eric Kuhlman, owner of Tawa Mulch and Landscape Supply, talks about Morbark's new 3400XT Wood Hog Horizontal Grinder's features/benefits and the impact the machine is having on operations at his mulch producing company—in Findlay, Ohio....
We are pleased to announce, after months of hard work, the launch of our new website! Come check us out...
Mulch can be applied anytime throughout the year. However, because of the insulating properties of mulch, some seasons are more desirable than others. In the cold winter months, apply it only 1 inch thick to insulate the ground to prevent soil warming. Since spring is...