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Topic # 127452 10-Aug-2013 18:34
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Moved into a new house about 2 months ago and have slowly been clearing back the section. We've now finished all the tree pruning etc and have a massive pile of mulch and no use for it so its free to a good home.

Its not exactly designer mulch we've put all sorts of trees through the mulcher such as citrus, plum, and feijoa. We've also put some privet through as well, not sure if the mulched privet would sprout so be warned. Due to the differnet woods that have gone through the colour of the mulch does differ quite significantly.

Its quite a substantial pile, about 4-5 foot high and at least the same round, will post a picture if needed tomorrow. Currently sitting at the back of my property on some weed mat and could probably be dragged down the slope towards the front of my property for loading. Would definitely need a trailer for transporting.

Located in Papakura.

If anyone is interested flick me a PM.

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  Reply # 875161 10-Aug-2013 18:34
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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