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Soils

NOTICE: Soil photos displayed below provide a general idea of the product. Variation in overall quantity will apply.

Premium Growing Soil Mix

Premium Growing Soil Mix

A mixture of sphagnum, peat moss, manure, vermiculite and perlite, screened at ¾.” The addition of vermiculite and perlite makes this soil blend perfect for use in flowerpots and hanging baskets. It is also suitable for flower beds, vegetable gardens, and germinating seeds.

Deluxe 4-Way Mixed Soil

Deluxe 4-Way Mixed Soil

A general-purpose soil mix, composed of topsoil, peat, washed sand and manure. This soil, screened at ¾”, is excellent for new yard construction, including as a base for new sod or seeding. Recommended uses are: seeding, sodding, lawn dressing, flower beds, shrubs and new gardens.

Landscape Mix Soil

Landscape Mix Soil

Blended with the same components as our Deluxe 4-Way product (topsoil, peat, washed sand and manure), this soil blend is screened at 1”, which allows us to offer another option for seeding and sodding.

Cheetham's 5-Way Mixed Soil

Cheetham's 5-Way Mixed Soil

Our top quality soil mix; double-crushed and double screened at ¼”. Only the very best ingredients go into this special blend – peat, topsoil, manure, washed sand and sandy loam. The high content of manure and the addition of sandy loam make this soil blend perfect for flower beds, vegetable gardens, tree and shrub planting, and as a lawn dressing.

Screenings

Screenings

Screenings is a result of our soil mix production, which, after crushing and screening, creates a rough material of golf ball- to softball-sized clumps. It is recommended for use as fill before putting down good soil mixes. Due to its coarseness, it is not recommended for planting.

Screened Topsoil

Screened Topsoil

Screened topsoil can be used to build up ground level, which is then topped off with a soil mix for sod or seeding.

Screened Manure

Screened Manure

This well-aged cow manure can be used to add nutrients to a depleted vegetable or flower garden.

Unscreened Peat

Unscreened Peat

Organic matter that can be added to dense/compact gardens to help loosen the soil and promote good root development for plants.