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Red Dyed Wood Chips

Red Dyed Wood Chips is comprised of cedar and plain wood.  The red dye contains iron oxide, which has been used for centuries for red colorant.  The dye is nontoxic and similar to food coloring.  Red Dyed Wood Chips is recommended for use of mulch in a medium to large planting area.  Red Dyed Wood Chips have a nice radiant look and when spread around greenery it catches your attention immediately.  Red Dyed Wood Chips have been a fast-growing choice for gardeners.


Red Dyed Wood Chip Cutsheet


  • Ground Cover / Mulch 


  • Recommended application rate for ground cover/mulch is a minimum of 2 to 4 inches deep.  One cubic yard covers 324 sqft 1” deep.
  • Pre-application of a balanced fertilizer or A-1 Lifelike 3/8” Compost in planted areas is recommended to prevent nitrogen draw from the soil as the bark decomposes.
  • Once the dye is set on the colored wood chips it is “permanently adhered” to the wood chips, however, it is still recommended to lay down a tarp first when unloading onto a driveway to prevent the Red Dyed Wood Chips from “possibly” leaving a light stain.  


  • Composition Cedar and Plain Wood
  • Particle Size 1” - 2”


Specification data subject to change. Additional data available upon request.

Limitation of Warranties: Seller makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding the materials; and all warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability and any implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby excluded.