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Compost & Amendments

The pictures seen on this page are meant only to provide a general idea of  product consistency.
Garden Mix Compost
Garden Mix Compost

Typically, Garden Mix is used to enrich in ground garden areas.

Use no more than a 50:50 mix with the regular topsoil

in the root zone of any plants.

 Some gardeners use it as a dark rich ground cover.

It is best used thickly when using as a top dress material.

Otherwise, it will act as fertilizer for unwanted growth.

Machine Ground Peat Moss

Peat Moss

Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss

  • Moisture retention of 20 times dry weight.

  • Ph range 3.5- 4.5

  • Provides Ideal media for nutrient storage 

  • Prevents to rapid of drainage

  • Adds texture and body to Central Oregon soils

  • ******Limited Availability-- only in bales 

Knott Compost
Knott Compost

Dark, medium-fine compost blended from local yard debris.  It is often used as a ground cover as it absorbs heat and maintains soil moisture.

Bio Fine Compost
Bio Fine Compost

Ultra-fine Knott Compost product.  It's rich, dark color absorbs heat.  This material will also hold moisture.  Perfect for top dressing lawns and seeding projects, can also be used as a garden soil amendment.

Nursery Grade Pumice

3/8-1/8 Horticultural  

Locally harvested, pumice is a porous rock that is useful for potting soil mixtures and raised bed soils.  It is pH neutral, aids in the moisture retention of light, sandy soils while also allowing proper drainage.  It is lightweight and appropriate for rooftop garden mixtures.


As an alternative, we also carry prepackaged horticultural grade perlite for Master Gardner's who create their own potting soils for hanging baskets.

Base Sand
Base Sand

Locally harvested, base sand is another key component for potting,  and raised bed soil mixtures.  Our base sand is coarse which allows proper drainage.  Finer sand will turn soil into a cement and drainage will be come a problem.



Potting Soil Additive
Potting Soil Additive

Blended in our yard, potting soil additive is typically used by large scale nurseries to cut higher grade potting soil.  It is not a soil, but it is a soil additive.

Customer Submitted

GARDEN MIX  -  Before

Customer Before Using Garden Mix Compost

GARDEN MIX  -  After

Customer After Using Garden Mix Compost
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