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Soil can be classified into areas dependent on its use. Whether the soil is to be used in a garden bed, planter boxes, vegetable or herb garden, or to establish a lawn area, the type of soil or blend that is best, will in many cases be different.


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SANDY LOAM  

A screened sandy structured soil which can be used for seeded or instant turf applications as well as for the top dressing of an established lawn, with or without over sowing seed. Drains well and can also be used for blending into existing heavy soils to improve drainage qualities.


LAWN BLEND  

A blend of sandy loam and mountain soil it is well suited for use in seeded or instant turf applications, as well as to top dress existing lawns. Very good option to use in general landscaping and in garden beds where good drainage is required without the need for organic matter or compost.


4 WAY LAWN MIX  

Economical, general landscape mix used where levels need to be raised or areas filled prior to finishing off with appropriate mixes more suited to end use, such as lawn blend or garden mix. Will work well in garden beds where rich organic soil is not necessary or required and mulching is applied.


6 WAY GARDEN MIX  

Suitable for general planting in garden beds. A heavier type blend it is commonly used in areas where plants and trees are suited to moisture retaining structure and then mulched over.


ORGANIC MIX  

A rich mix of organic matter blended with soils and compost to form an ideal planting medium and vegetable garden mix. Will remain well draining and loose in structure for lengthy period of time enabling ease of planting and cultivation. Suitable for use in  pots and tubs as well as planting of native plants.


MUSHROOM COMPOST  

Initially used in the growing of mushrooms, but once no longer yielding, it is then used as a fertiliser and soil conditioner. Perfect for mixing into existing garden beds that may need a boost of organic matter and nutrients. Commonly used as a mulch on garden beds also, where it  will  break down into the soil over a period of time. Avoid using as a planting medium on its own.