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Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
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I am just finishing building a 42' raised garden in the backyard, and need to fill it with about 10 yards of some premium organic soil.  Does anyone know of a quality and reputable source? At our…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aryavrit Travels Jun 13.

 

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Aryavrit Travels replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Thats it SkinnyBytes."
Jun 13
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Yes greg that's western organics"
May 31
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Never use the trashy woody stuff that originates from city of Phoenix green waste division . Lots of things go's into there base product that you would never allow in your organic garden."
May 31
Jessi Lee replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"It's far too woody for me, and I find a lot of trash in it. I used it a couple of years back but looking for something with more nutrients. Do you have a second suggestion?"
May 31
SkinnyBytes replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Great - thanks Greg!  We are building a community garden at the company I work at in Tempe, with 10 raised beds (12' x 4' ea).  We'll give Western Organics a call to fill the beds."
Mar 17, 2016
Greg Peterson replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Always get the Premium Potting Soil from Western Organics.  Best stuff I have found.  602-269-5757 - Tell them I sent you.  It runs around $33 a yard and is great quality."
Mar 17, 2016
Todd Phillips replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Hi all. New here first post. I am building a large raised garden in my rear yard in Arcadia LTE (Central Phoenix). It is 280SqFt, almost completing a square. Approx 72' x4'wide x 2'tall with an open bottom. Additionally, I will have…"
Mar 16, 2016
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Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.

I am just finishing building a 42' raised garden in the backyard, and need to fill it with about 10 yards of some premium organic soil.  Does anyone know of a quality and reputable source? At our last house I also built a raised garden, and simply had 9 yards of the 'sandy loam' from Pioneer delivered.  It was lousy soil, and the vegetable garden yield was pretty pathetic.  This time around if I'm going to pour my heart, soul, and sweat into my garden, I want to make sure I only fill it with…See More
Feb 5, 2016
Meg Levinson replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"I have to give a shout-out to Tim Allen, who provided the beautiful black organic soil I'm using for my BTE garden. The price was reasonable, he was courtesy itself to deal with, and I look forward to his assistance in transforming my…"
Feb 4, 2016
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"bullshit"
Dec 12, 2015
Charles Lucking replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"It does, and thanks!"
Nov 25, 2015
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"$25 for the delivery of up to 5 yards. each yard is $60 . so 1 yard delivered is $85 if I wheelbarrow it into your planter instead of just off loading then add $15 per yard.   $100 for the soil, the delivery , and the labor to wheelbarrow…"
Nov 25, 2015
SkinnyBytes replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Actually, I filled the first 2 beds completely with Tim's soil.  Then I built 2 more beds and filled those completely with Peter's.  Peter's performed well the very first growing season, while the Tim's beds took a year…"
Nov 25, 2015
Charles Lucking replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"Thanks Tim! When you say $25 to deliver, is that a flat $25 or is it $25 per cubic yard?"
Nov 25, 2015
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"so you filled it up the rest of the way with peters soil you say. well it sounds like the roots of your plants were actually in my soil because I know you didn't have to much higher to go. And peters soil is actually westerns gro well made from…"
Nov 25, 2015
tim allen replied to SkinnyBytes's discussion Where to get organic garden soil in Phoenix area - bulk 10 yards.
"My soil is currently in 12,047 homes, schools and businesses. It's a organic blend of 11 components. In the  6 years I have delivered my soil I had less than 6 complaints and 99.9 percent reorder when they expand there gardens. In addition…"
Nov 25, 2015

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