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"Zove is known for his quick, dramatic landscape designs - think lilies and koi ponds, cattails and cascades, gazebos and footbridges - and for his cutting-edge landscaping designs and innovations."

~ Philadelphia Magazine

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"We’ve used them for over 25 years and find their landscaping services to be impeccable and superb. The owner, Alden, is a consummate professional and a man of his word."

~ Barbara B. from Rydal

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"The grounds have never looked better. Everyone at the party was thrilled to be in such a beautiful place. Cedar Run’s landscape design was fantastic!"

~ Beth B. from Gwynedd Valley

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"My North Wales neighbors kept commenting about how professional my landscape design appeared, even on the hottest days of the year. I am thrilled with the outcome and look forward to working with them again."

~ Geneva S. from Glenside

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"They are the best of any North Wales landscapers we’ve ever had and we’ve had many. The crew is courteous, friendly, and quiet. I don’t even know they had been here. They are an excellent crew and go above and beyond what I ask for. "

~ Michael D. from Fort Washington

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"The landscape design was fantastic and the final work exceeded our expectations. Throughout the project the crew took the time to do the job right. Also they always cleaned up after themselves and the guys were always polite and friendly."

~ Gerard G. from Doylestown

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"They were excellent. They were prompt, pleasant, stuck to the timeline, and the garden turned out just beautifully. They cleaned up after themselves. Everything was clean and neat and looked like it had been there forever. "

~ Nancy R. from Wynnewood

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"Work was done when they said it would be, and they were great at the follow-ups both before and after the job was complete."

~ David M. from Bala Cynwyd

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Pine Needle Mulch

What are the advantages of pine needle mulch?—Click here for brochure

    Pine Tree

  • Pine needles will not cake and mat down. This eliminates the problem of compaction that makes some mulch impermeable to air, moisture, and fertilizer movement into the soil.
  • The needles are long lasting. They have a very high resin content, which inhibits rapid decomposition. It will take 3-4 years for your needles to completely decompose. A light application of fresh needles, over the top, once a year, is all that you need to do.
  • Pine needles will not be subject to the growth of mushrooms, slime molds, bird’s nest fungus, or artillery fungus.
  • Pine needles will not cause rotting of the trunk collar on your trees.
  • Pine needle mulch have a natural appearance that blends beautifully into the landscape.

Why Much?


Applying a covering over the roots of your plants provides many benefits:

  • Maintains soil moisture
  • Inhibits weed growth
  • Moderate soil temperature
  • Beautify landscape plantings

Why use Organic Mulch?

Organic mulches will, over time, decompose and add to the soil structure. This will create an environment that is conducive to beneficial insect and microbial activity. Organic mulches aid in keeping roots cool, and do not reflect sunlight onto plants.

Can I use Too Much Mulch?

Yes. Over mulching is possible. Many types of mulch can actually harm your plants if not applied properly. Many types of mulch will hold excess moisture next to the crown of your plants. This will cause rotting, and open up areas for insects and disease infestation. Pine needles will maintain their open structure.

What is Pine needle mulch?

Pine Bale

The mulch that Cedar Run Landscape distributes comes from the state of Georgia. The needles are collected from the Longleaf pine, Pinus palustrus. These needles, which range from 8-18” long, are hand raked from pine plantations and are free from branches. They are in compressed bales, which contain 4 cubic feet of needles, and some 3½“cones. Needles have a lovely russet color.

How are the Pine needles used?


Spreading the needles is very easy. The bales are light in weight, and can be lifted easily. We find it convenient to cut the ropes or wires that surround the bales while in a wheelbarrow, and then distribute them with a pitchfork.

You will find that with an initial application of 3½ “, one bale will cover about 35 sq. ft. This will settle down to about 2 ½“. Follow up applications to freshen up appearances will have coverage of about 75 sq. ft. per bale.

Pine needle Mulch:

Longleaf pine needles, brought in from Georgia, are now available to the homeowner, contractor or Garden center operator. Cedar Run Landscape can provide you with any quantity you may need, from one bale for a small path to a trailer load for an entire project.

Mulch the way nature does!

Click this link to access our online pond supply store. Many of the items found at our online store are stocked at our nursery, located at 1054 Horsham Rd. North Wales, PA, along with a variety of pond plans and fish. Many of the heavier items can be purchased directly from our nursery eliminating the associated costly shipping fees.