Harvest Moon Bulk Blend (Garden Blend)

Harvest Moon Bulk Blend (Garden Blend)

$33/Cubic Yard
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Total: $33.00
The peat in this blend helps naturally produce lower pH levels that vegetables prefer. The compost acts as a rich soil amendment while the topsoil adds a mineral component that is critical to well-balanced garden soil.
Product Information

Custom Blends Available

We can make custom blends to meet your needs. Please call to learn more about custom blend options: 952.233.9191.

Pickup Details

After you place your online order, please allow one hour to process and prepare it for pickup.

The SMSC Organics Recycling Facility is a bulk-only facility. An open-bed truck or trailer are recommended for pickup.

Upon arrival, check in with the attendant on duty who will ring up your order and direct you to the loading location. Our trained operators will load your material with a bobcat.

If you have questions, feel free to call 952.233.9191 or ask the attendant on duty.

Delivery Options

Please call 952.233.9191 or fill out this form to request delivery.

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