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All About Bagged Soil!

Need some soil for your landscaping project? CLS Landscape Supply has you covered! We carry a variety of soils and soil amendments to suit any need, from nutrient-rich Premium Garden Mix to beautiful Black Diamond Soil. Our Compost is excellent for adding nutrients to any soil profile, and our Screened Loam is perfect for grading or backfilling projects. Shop with us today and get your project started right!

Premium Garden Mix
Transform your outdoor space with our Premium Garden Mix! Designed to provide optimum levels of nutrients and water retention, this mix is perfect for creating lush flower gardens and vegetable plots. Peat moss, compost, perlite, and sandy loam work together to create healthy soil that’s pH-neutral, while the blend of ingredients ensures that your plants get the essential nutrients they need to thrive.

Ordering Bagged Soil
Bagged soil is the perfect way to get the correct soil type onsite for your project. Simply enter in your container dimensions, and our Volume Calculator will estimate how much soil you will need! For open areas, use the length and width of the space, and we recommend 3-4 inches of soil depth once the grade has been reached. This will provide ample coverage while providing a healthy environment for your sod and shrubbery. Our bagged soils are available for pickup at our Cochrane, Springbank or Bearspaw locations. We can also deliver soil in our CLS Landscape Bag right to your site. Check out our Delivery FAQ page for more details.

Soil Mix Components 
Loam contains almost equal parts sand and silt, with just a little less clay, and is a medium-textured soil. Sand provides aeration and drainage to soil mixes, while the clay is high in nutrients but not as permeable as sand and silt. Silt has greater moisture retention than sand, fewer nutrients than clay, and helps the sand and clay mix together more readily. Compost is the end product of decomposed organic matter. The compost CLS supply’s is made of straw, horse, and chicken manure. Compost provides essential nutrients to the soil, which helps your plants and vegetables grow healthy and strong. Peat Moss and Perlite are incorporated into soil mixes for their water retention properties, slowly releasing water to your plants’ roots.