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At All Green, we craft our own unique blends of soil from recycled organic material. For example, if your're looking to grow fruits and vegetables, you might try our Vegemix soil. It's got all the vitamins and nutrients to make your garden thrive.
If you're growing anything else, we've almost certainly got a soil for that, too. We're Victorians and all of our landscaping products are formulated for our local climate. No matter where you live around Melbourne, we can help transform your soil into a thriving ecosystem.
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. They can find you the right soil for the job, and their expertise doesn't stop there.
Whether you need mulch, sand, plants, lawn, or any other landscaping supply, the team at All Green is here to help. Visit us on-site, and get unbeatable advice from our horticulturists and other staff — our tried and tested experts on the ground.
We can deliver soil to homes and job sites anywhere in the greater Melbourne area. After placing your order, we can set a time to deliver in a few days. If you need any other landscaping supplies, we can drop those off as well.
There's no limit on what we can deliver. With no minimum order requirement, no job is too big or too small for our team. For more information about soil delivery around Melbourne, visit our delivery page. Otherwise, you can call our friendly customer service team.
If you're wondering how 'much does soil cost per cubic metre?', you can read our price guide online, or check out the list below:
Lawn mix is a blend of soil that has less organic matter than other varieties. It also has a finer grain. In effect, it has all the drainage and stability you need in a soil to facilitate the perfect lawn.
Sandy loam soil is used in gardening, and is composed of sand, silt, and clay. It's a soil that features great drainage; the sand particles are large, allowing water to flow through easily.
That depends entirely on what you're using the soil for. We sell many different kinds of soil, from sandy loam and lawn soil mix to potting mix and premium turf underlay. Talk to a team member to discuss your plans, and we can help to match you with the optimum soil.
There are a number of different ways to improve clay garden soil. For example, you could:
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 area of soil that 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 process of change in the soil can take as long as a few months. Once it does take effect, soil should be more 'crumbly' and allow for better drainage.
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