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Hoppers Crossing

Our primary location has our nursery, garden, landscaping, and building supplies.

130 Old Geelong Rd

Hoppers Crossing

VIC 3029

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Monday - Saturday: 7 am–5 pm

Sunday: 10 am–3 pm

Anzac Day 25th April: CLOSED

These hours are subject to change on public holidays

Naturalise yourself at All Green

Homemade soil

We craft our own unique garden soil blends from recycled organic material at All Green. For example, if you're looking to grow fruit trees and build veggie gardens, you might try our Vegemix soil. It's got all the vitamins and nutrients to make your edible garden thrive.

If you're growing roses, native plants or just about anything else, we've likely got the perfect soil for that, too. We're Victorians, and all of our landscaping products are formulated for our local climate. So, no matter where you live around Melbourne, we can help transform your soil into a thriving ecosystem. So, whether you’re filling large garden beds or vegetable planter boxes, top dressing existing lawns, preparing turf areas or patching holes, we’ve got you covered.

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Advice from the experts

To get the best results, you need to use the right soil in the right way. Creating a solid foundation for future growth is an essential part of the landscaping process. Our gardening supplies experts can help. They can find you the right soil for the job, and their expertise doesn't stop there.

Whether you need mulch, sand, plants, organic compost, instant turf, or any other landscaping supplies, the team at All Green is here to help. Visit us on-site, and get unbeatable advice from our horticulturists and other staff. They have all the local knowledge and gardening know-how to make your next landscaping project a blooming success.

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Garden soil delivery

With our prompt Melbourne-wide soil delivery service, you can enjoy the convenience of quality soil and soil supplies transported directly to your home or job site. After placing your order, we’ll arrange a time to deliver in a few days. And, if you need any other landscaping or building supplies, we can drop those off as well.

There's no limit on what we can deliver. Our full range of garden landscaping materials and gardening products is available for delivery. With no minimum order requirement, no job is too big or too small. For more information about soil delivery around Melbourne, visit our delivery page. Alternatively, call our friendly customer service team. Get started on a wide range of landscaping projects at All Green.

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Frequently asked questions

What is lawn mix?

A mixture of soil, sand and compost; lawn mix is used to create new lawns or top-dress existing ones. It provides nutrients and helps with water retention, drainage and aeration – all important factors for a healthy lawn.

When creating a new lawn from scratch, it is best to use a quality product that contains soil, sand and compost in equal proportions. This will give you the best chance of success. If you are top dressing an existing lawn, you can use a lawn mix that is heavier on the sand side – this will help with drainage and aeration.

What is Top Soil?

Top soil is a type of soil that is rich in nutrients and ideal for growing healthy lawns. It is typically composed of organic matter, such as compost or leaf litter, along with mineral particles like sand and clay. Whether you are looking to reseed existing lawns or cultivate a new one from scratch, top soil can help provide the perfect foundation for a lush, green lawn.

Top soil is important because it helps plants' roots to establish themselves and access the nutrients they need to grow. It also helps retain moisture, which is essential for healthy plant growth. Top soil can also improve the drainage of your lawn, preventing waterlogging and other issues that can damage or even kill your plants.

If you want to create a beautiful and healthy lawn, top soil is an essential ingredient. To learn more about top soil and how it can help transform your existing lawns or start a new one from scratch, contact the experts at ALL Green Nursery & Garden today!

What is sandy loam soil?

Sandy loam soil is used in gardening and is composed of sand, silt, and clay. It's a type of top soil that features excellent drainage; the large sand particles allow water to flow through easily. It is often used to top-dress existing lawns and has many other practical uses in garden beds and landscaping designs.

What kind of soil should I buy?

That depends entirely on what you're using the soil for. We sell many different kinds of soil, from sandy loam top soil and lawn soil mix to potting mix and premium turf underlay. Talk to a team member to discuss your plans, and we can help match you with the optimum soil.

How to improve clay garden soil?

There are several different ways to improve clay garden soil. For example, you could:

  • Add gypsum to the soil
  • Enrich the soil with organic compost 
  • Replace the soil entirely and use something more suitable

How do I add gypsum to clay soil?

Gypsum is a sulphate mineral used to treat soil that suffers from a high level of clay. To treat the soil, just sprinkle the gypsum over the lawn or garden beds you want to improve, and then dig it in. If you'd like some help, our staff in store can show you how to do it.

The soil change process can take as long as a few months. However, once it does take effect, the soil should be more 'crumbly' and allow for better drainage.

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