Wood shredder chipper chips the wood into smaller pieces and then using them in a variety of different ways is a great idea and is environmentally friendly and looks great. One ideal to use the chipping is to cover your flower beds to give them an attractive and functional look. Adding wood chips around the soil and up to the roots and stems of the plants and flowers will help bring out the color of the petals and leaves but also provides a natural barrier against frost, insects and the elements. The wood chips also help trap in moisture near the roots of the plants, helping to feed them. Wood chips are also great to use on play areas where kids and teenagers can let loose without fearing of hurting themselves. Spread roughly four to five inches of wood chipping onto the ground near any play equipment, which will act as a good method of helping stop too many injuries. In the same way that wood chips helps plants when spread around the soil where they are growing, you can also do the same to flower pots and hanging baskets. Another way to use your wood chips is to add them to your mulch or compost, this will greatly boost the content and quality of your recycled waste. Simply soak the wood chips for several days to allow them to become soft before throwing them in with the other garden waste. It will break down with all of the other composted plants over time, but may take a little longer.
As you can now see there are many uses for wood chips and it would be a shame to dispose of any old trees, branches, or bushes without considering reusing them in one of these ways. You will of course need to purchase a chipper shredder machine which can be purchased quite cheaply here. Also you can speak with your neighbors about sharing the cost of a chipper shredder as it will spread the cost out and is a great way to own one of these items.