Whether you are planning for a fresh lawn, looking for ways to enhance your yard with a beautiful garden or struggling to grow anything and looking for a quick fix, topsoil is the answer. Topsoil is the top-most layer of nutrient-rich soil. This top layer of soil is foundational for growing anything to enhance your landscaping. It is necessary for a thriving yard and garden in any climate. Almost 100% of the world’s food is grown in topsoil, making this unassuming element a huge component in all of our lives without us even realizing it!
What Does Topsoil Do?
Topsoil works to help your yard and garden thrive by creating a nutrient-filled, water-retaining top barrier of dirt in which your seeds can settle and your plants can flourish. Without topsoil, your plants wouldn’t receive the nutrients they need to survive. This top layer of soil protects your seeds as they begin to grow and keeps them thriving throughout their entire life cycles.
If your yard is damaged from heat or poor maintenance, you don’t need to completely start from scratch. Adding a fresh layer of topsoil above the damaged areas can be enough to provide the base your yard needs to balance the PH of the dirt and allow your landscape to begin blooming again.
Which Topsoil Should I Choose?
Regardless of your landscaping project, Green Landscape Supply provides a local Georgia topsoil that was specially made for the native plants in this area. The topsoil we offer is dense and made with the exact nutrients needed for Georgia’s climate. We suggest it for growing grass, adding to your garden this spring, reducing weeds in problematic areas and leveling the disproportionate areas of your landscape.
Start with a soil that is made for your area and see the difference for yourself. Your yard and garden will thank you. Get topsoil delivered today – our knowledgeable team can help you calculate how much you need for your next project of any size. Call us or stop by today to discuss your landscaping and topsoil needs. We have landscaping centers conveniently located in Buford and Norcross, Georgia.
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