I hear that rubber mulch is the way to go. Supposedly you don't have to worry about replacing it for at least ten years.
yes celery does grow above ground. you can mound dirt or mulch at the base to get that nice blanched white area at the base
A mulch is a covering of straw or compost, spread on the ground around plants to prevent excessive evaporation, to enrich the soil and to prevent weed growth
I have personally experienced the damage you are talking about. I got too close my pool with my weeder and it put 5 holes along the side. I had to replace my entire pool walls and liner. I sugggest that you put white rocks or mulch around your pool, it helps to prevent this from happening. Good luck.
There are some that live in the ground
you click on the sigh above it and you can donate mulch!!
Any organic material will do just make sure the ground is well watered before you put the mulch on.
Either scrape away the mulch around the eyes and leave them at soil level, the best method, or plant at mulch level.
It may cause an exeleration in rust in the frame work holding it together if it is made of metal.
how many bags of mulch will i need 2 inches thick and 30 feet of ground ?
no They are ground up and reused as playground mulch