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terraPLANTER commercial grade soil for planters

Created from premium aged bark, Class-A biosolids, and clean, free-draining river sand, terraPLANTER and terraTURF are our leading commercial grade soils for planting. Developed with the Pacific Northwest climate in mind, it has unique, slightly acidic pH levels, making it an excellent choice for many types of native plant species.


Cost-effective, safe, and environmentally sustainable, our commercial grade soil is available in terraPLANTER and terraTURF blends. It’s ideal for standard landscaping applications, such as lawns and planters. It’s also effective for gravel pit and mine reclamation, and in riparian planting areas and non-irrigated areas due to its natural water-holding capacity.

Core Benefits

Unique slightly acidic pH levels – an excellent choice for many native plant species
Natural water holding capacity – ideal for non-irrigated areas
Environmentally sustainable
Low maintenance with minimal fertilization required in first 3 yrs
Cost-effective, safe, and proven product

Components

Aged bark
River sand
Class A Biosolids

Usage and Applications

Planter beds and raised planters
Gravel pit and Mine reclamation
Riparian planting areas

Installation Tips and Recommendations

For gardens, install at 450 mm (18″) depth