Topsoil

$45.00

Our topsoil is a screened high quality planting soil, with a high concentration of organic material that is perfect for amending your regular garden soil and to use for plant installations in your landscape or garden.

Note: This product is sold by the cubic yard.

100 in stock

Description

Topsoil for Gardens, Flower Beds & Landscaping

Topsoil is a nutrient-rich material that is full of organic matter. Because of this, topsoil is a much better option for growing plants than fill dirt because plants can root, grow, and thrive in the more spacious material of topsoil.

Our topsoil is a screened high quality planting soil, with a high concentration of organic material that is perfect for amending your regular garden soil and to use for plant installations in your landscape or garden.

Topsoil compacts over time and should be replenished for improved growth in garden or flower beds and as a top dressing for lawns.

Note: This product is sold by the cubic yard.

How much topsoil do you need?

Click the “Additional information” tab for more details.

Delivery Rates

Our delivery rates are based on where you live, not how much you buy. Save your back and your neighbor’s truck from overloading and unnecessary wear and tear!

You can have any of our landscaping products delivered directly to your front door for only $75.00 within our local area.

For customers who live beyond our delivery area, please call the office (828) 734-8643 for your rates.

Need More?

If you are unsure as to how much topsoil you need or you want a special blend, then we invite you to call us at (828) 734-8643 for a free, no charge quote.

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Additional information

Cubic Yard

One yard of dirt will cover 324 square feet of soil, spread at a depth of 1 inch, or 100 square feet of soil spread at a depth of 3 inches.

How Much topsoil I Need?

To calculate how much topsoil you will actually need, multiply the number of square feet in the area by the number of inches of topsoil you want.

How much does a cubic yard weigh?

1 cubic yard of dry soil weighs about 2,000 pounds.