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                Recognizing the pivotal role of soil in fostering optimal plant growth, we understand that the health of your landscaping is contingent upon the suitability of the soil. Symptoms of stress in plants, such as wilting leaves, browning or burning pots, and the presence of black dots on leaves, often indicate suboptimal soil conditions. At the heart of our landscaping planting design approach is the expertise of our experienced technicians, who meticulously assess and ensure the application of the correct soil for designated planting areas.

                In upholding our commitment to the highest landscaping standards, we source our soil exclusively from certified landscape suppliers, guaranteeing that you receive nothing but the finest quality. For those seeking to maintain a landscaping project of superior standards, we extend an invitation to contact us via email or phone. Our team is ready to provide a complimentary estimate for our comprehensive soil delivery and installation services. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we stand prepared to contribute to the success of your landscaping endeavors.

Garden and turf Soil

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Landscaping beds, raised beds or ornamental beds are usually for planting ornamental plants such as small trees, annual, perennials and shrubs. The most common soil mix from our suppliers is comprised of turf blend, garden blend, soil amender, mixed with the appropriate ratio of sand, silt and clay along with humus (a dark, organic material that forms in soil when plant and animal matter decays). For bulb plants, sandy loam blending can provide excellent drainage to avoid rotting and let the bulbs grow easily. For general flower bed use, garden blend usually is the way to go. For vegetable gardens, usually 50/50 organic matter and topsoil can provide rich nutrients for the best planting results. For new turf installation, lawn rejuvenation and seeding, turf blend can be a good choice. Turf blend is usually 45% of sand and 55% compost mix that provide proper drainage for grass to grow.

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