Heap of buckwheat husks for pillow.

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Heap of buckwheat husks for pillow.

By Liz Baessler Mulch is always a good option for garden beds, and organic mulch is often the best choice. There are a lot of organic mulches out there, however, and it can be hard to choose just the right one. Buckwheat hulls are a mulching material that don’t get quite as much attention as woodchips or bark, but they can be very effective and attractive. Keep reading to learn more about mulching with buckwheat hulls and where to find buckwheat hull mulch. Buckwheat Hull Information What are buckwheat hulls? Buckwheat is not a grain as some people believe, but rather a seed that can be harvested and eaten (odds are you’ve heard of buckwheat flour). When buckwheat is milled, the hard outside of the seed, or the hull, is separated and left behind. These hard, dark brown, lightweight casings are sold separately, sometimes as pillow or craft stuffing, but

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