Posts Tagged ‘uses for burlap’
Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Look closely…neighbors who have burlap in the garden on to something. The loosely woven fabric is now a staple for many gardeners due to its versatility. Burlap is entirely biodegradable and extremely versatile, it could be of use in growing vegetables in your garden.
NYP-Corp manufactures and distributes an assortment of burlap, including burlap bales and rolls related products for any horticultural, agricultural, or industrial requirement. Read more on burlap and exactly how it works with your garden.
Friday, October 12th, 2012
It’s time for Halloween decorating! Why not try something new this year? Instead of purchasing the same overdone decorations from a store, why not create your own? Using plant-based, biodegradable burlap, you can create your own eco-friendly Halloween decorations. Below are just a few creative ways to incorporate burlap into your next Halloween decorations.
Friday, September 14th, 2012
The uses for burlap are many, varied and quite creative. This coarsely woven durable biodegradable natural breathable cloth is also known as jute or hessian and has a long history of being used in a wide variety of traditional ways as well as in new creations that are only limited by one’s imagination. It is very inexpensive for a fabric with such a nice texture.
Thursday, December 15th, 2011
NYP manufactures and distributes an assortment of burlap related products for any horticultural, agricultural, and industrial requirement. Burlap has become an ideal material for both decorative and homemade crafts for Christmas because of it’s unique rustic and natural look. Learn how to create exciting crafts by using burlap to entice your home during the holiday season.
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
In our previous blog, “Lawn and Garden Uses for Burlap,” you learned how burlap can contain weeds, help seed growth, and for storage in limited spaces.
Burlap is entirely biodegradable and extremely versatile, it only makes sense that it can be useful in growing vegetables in your garden.