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Rubber Tree Rings (Pack of 3)

This product has been discontinued.
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  • Can be cut to fit around trees, poles, posts.
  • Helps to prevent weed growth, erosion, and fungal growth.
  • Can be mowed over.
  • Helps to conserve moisture and helps to eliminate yearly re-mulching.
Description - Never need to mulch again around your tree with our Rubber Tree Rings. Helping to stop weed growth, erosion, and fungal growth, rubber tree rings are the perfect compliment to any landscaping. With the ability to mow right over the tree rings, less time and money will be wasted maintaining your yard every year.
Material - Composed of 100% recycled rubber.
Width – Available in 24" wide rings.
Thickness – Each ring is 1/2" thick.
Weight – 24" tree rings are 5 Lbs. each.
Recommended Uses – Rubber Tree Rings are perfect around any tree and can be cut to fit most with a sharp utility knife. Tree Rings can be used in any part of the country and in any weather condition.
California Residents: Prop 65 Warning(s)

Available For Order - Ships between Aug 6 - 8

Our Rubber Tree Rings are virtually maintenance free, but if do need to clear any dirt, mud or debris from the timbers then you would want to use a hose or blower on a low setting to make them look brand new.
Installation of our Playground Rubber Mulch is very easy, and below are some easy to follow instructions for both Playground and Landscape installations.
  • If necessary, use a utility knife to cut the center hole of the tree ring approximately one inch in diameter larger than the trunk of the tree.
  • Place the Rubber Tree Ring around the base of the tree and remove any grass covered by the tree ring.
  • Remove approximately 1/2" of soil where the tree ring will be positioned.
  • Place the tree ring around the tree and if necessary use a weed mat anchor pin to secure the seam
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Can a rubber tree mat be used around a tree that has a mound of dirt around or does it need to lay flat?
Our Rubber Tree Rings are meant to be placed on the flat ground under a tree. If the ground under the tree is not flat, then the tree ring will not wrap around the tree as intended.
With the rubber ring directly around the base of the tree, does water penetrate easily through the ring to ensure the tree gets water at the base?
With the tree rings, water would be able to reach the base of the tree. There is a cut from the center hole to the edge of the ring, water would be able to reach the base of the tree from there. The ring themselves are not designed to be watertight, but they could restrict direct water flow.
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