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At All Green, we know what it takes to make your garden grow stronger than ever. Our premium blend of mushroom compost has been specially formulated for Victorian gardens, insulating your plants while complementing our unique kinds of local soil.
Our mushroom compost is comprised of a blend of organic waste. We have the ideal mix of green and brown material, allowing your garden to flourish with nutrients and nitrogen from decomposition. It doesn't matter what you are growing — our all-round blend of compost will help it reach new heights.
Although it's full of nutrients, compost is light enough to let your garden breathe. However, it isn't light enough to carry around all day. Like all kinds of landscaping materials, mushroom compost weighs a lot, and can be difficult to manoeuvre around your home.
All Green offers a superior delivery service to homes and business around Melbourne. We can deliver any amount of mushroom compost you desire — from one bag to truckloads — to your home or job site within a few business days. Learn more on our delivery services page.
Have you gained all the ground, but have none of the plants? All Green also stocks over 150 different kinds of plant life, ready for planting in your garden. Before you buy your compost, check out our nursery at Hoppers Crossing to discover our range of plants, trees, shrubs, and grasses.
If you're looking for advice on the right products to use with your garden plants, that's just another reason to visit us. Our onsite horticulturists can advise you on the right fertiliser, compost, and soil blends to help your garden reach peak growth.
Mushroom compost is ready to be fed straight into your garden. Our mushroom compost has been decomposing for weeks and weeks, releasing all the necessary nutrients your plants need to flourish. Simply get home, aerate your compost, and mix it into your topsoil.
The results will speak for themselves. For more tips and tricks on using compost in your garden, visit us at All Green. Our in-house horticulturists and landscaping specialists can advise you on exactly what products you need to get the best looking plants, season after season.
Mastering the art of creating your own compost is great for reducing food waste at home. It's also a great way to decrease your environmental footprint. If you're ready to make your own compost at home, you can read our in-depth step-by-step guide to at-home composting.
We understand that not everyone can create their own compost. It takes time and space, two of the most precious assets that busy homeowners have. That's why we sell mushroom compost by the bag and by the truckload. Drop into All Green to place your order today.
Mushroom compost from All Green is usually sold by the cubic metre. This amount is perfect for most home gardens, front and back. We do sell mushroom composts and fertilisers in smaller amounts, but these products will be subject to availability.
One cubic metre of mushroom compost will set you back $60.50.
If you are looking to set up your own compost bin at home, here's what you need to do. Select a plastic or pallet box to place outdoors. Start collecting your compost from your food and garden scraps, you should aim for a balance of 1/3rd green compost and 2/3rd brown compost.
Here's what you should compost:
Do not throw our meat, bones, dairy, or anything else that will attract rodents. Plastic, glass, and other non-biodegradable materials will also be detrimental to your garden.
If you don't have the space in your garden, or this all sounds like too much work, hop on over to All Green. We have literally tonnes of compost ready to be delivered to your garden.
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