Our staff are here to help you find the right landscaping materials for your project.
We have over 50 varieties of mulch, sand, and soil products.
We can deliver a single bag up to several tonnes.
We source local materials to remain price competitive.
Our expert staff offer specialist advice on products.
At All Green Nursery & Garden, we keep costs low by going straight to the source. With our network of local and interstate quarries and suppliers, you have a direct line to the best local landscaping materials at competitive prices.
You don't have to travel far and wide to view superior landscaping materials. Our Hoppers Crossing and Epping locations have both small scale and bulk displays of mulch, sand and soil. Visit one of locations to see them for yourself, or get in touch with our friendly customer service team for more information.
We aren't talking about coffee. At All Green, we create our own homemade blends of soil and mulch using recycled organic material. Our Vegemix soil is ideal for helping you achieve the best possible fruits and vegetables, while our selection of mulches will provide superior covering and encourages greater fertility.
We know what your garden needs, and our soils and mulch blends are specially formulated for Victorian climates and gardens. To find out more about how we can help you improve the viability of your garden, visit us in-store.
Like other landscaping supplies, mulches, sands and soils are specific for particular applications. Your garden bed will require different blends and types depending on what you are growing. It's important that you choose correctly before you begin planting.
Thankfully, the team at All Green is here to help. Our staff members specialise in their own field of landscaping supplies. When you aren't sure about which type of mulch, sand, or soil to purchase, we will ask you a series of questions to determine what you need, and point you in the right direction.
Soil is more than just the dirt in your garden bed. It's the basis for life in your garden, containing all the vital nutrients and chemicals plants need to prosper:
Mulch is a blend of shredded wood, bark, leaves, straw, and other organic materials. It acts as a protective layer for your garden, preventing erosion, the growth of weeds, and spread of winter frost. As the mulch decomposes, it releases vital nutrients into your soil, and helps it retain water.
Sand has far more uses than stripping paint, or clinging to your skin after a day at the beach. It provides a key structural element in your garden. Introducing sand into your top and garden soil is an excellent way to improve its health, especially if you are growing vegetables and fruiting plants.
Beach sands and clay sands, used mainly for aesthetics and child play areas, are unsuitable for gardening. They contain too much silica, and lack the ability to create pockets for air and water.
All of our landscaping materials come from our extensive network of suppliers ranging from Melbourne to Adelaide, and everywhere in between. By going directly to quarries and suppliers, we are able to pass savings on to you.
We also blend our own soils and mulches from recycled materials. To learn more about how we source our landscaping supplies, get in touch with our friendly customer service team, or visit one of our locations.
Mulching is an incredibly important process in any garden, especially leading into extreme weather in winter and summer. Mulch adds much needed protection for soil and roots, and delivers nutrients to your plants as it decomposes.
We certainly do. If you're in the Greater Melbourne area, we can get your order to you in a few days. We have no minimum quantities for order, so whether it's a single bag, or a few truckloads, we can accommodate it. Larger orders will be subject to availability. For more information about landscaping supplies deliver, see our delivery information.
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