Now is a perfect time to get in your garden by yourself or with your loved ones and dig in the dirt, soak up the sun, pull those weeds and prepare it for the warmer, summer months ahead.
Whether your gardening goals for 2020 include a lush, green lawn, flower beds that pop with color and contrast against dark soil, potted plants that give your neighbors porch envy, or growing your own vegetables in a raised bed garden and saving that trip to the store, Cedar Grove has the soils to match the goals.
One of the best ways to prepare your plants and lawn for the growing season is to use compost, says Karen Dawson, with Cedar Grove in Everett.
“Using compost to top dress your lawn and mulch your garden beds in the springtime ensures nutrient-rich soil for ideal growing conditions. Cedar Grove compost is a 100-percent recycled product and goes to work for the earth and your garden,” she says.
A healthy and inexpensive lawn solution
“If you top dress your lawn now, you’ll likely save water during the hot summer months because compost helps retain moisture. It can help you achieve a robust, healthy lawn without having to use fertilizers or pesticides,” she says. “It’s a healthy solution for your lawn; a simple and inexpensive solution!”
A variety of options to meet your soil needs
Are you mulching your garden beds? Building a raised bed garden? Installing a new lawn? Potting plants? Whatever your spring gardening projects, Cedar Grove offers a safe, earth-friendly solution for your needs. The result is better health, vitality, color and yield of your plants without the use of chemicals. To find the perfect soil for your project, check out your options here.
It’s easy to get started
Cedar Grove offers contactless delivery of bulk and bagged soils products. You can order your products online or by phone at 1-877-764-5748! Cedar Grove is also available at many grocery and hardware stores throughout Snohomish and King Counties including Fred Meyer, Lowe’s and Home Depot. To find a list of retailers near you, please visit the Cedar Grove website.