When considering the type of soil you need for your landscape project, you may have come across many different types: Soil for potted plants, soil for gardening, and topsoil. Depending on what exactly you’re trying to accomplish, all of these types can serve a purpose. However, today we’ll be talking specifically about topsoil uses, and how you can best incorporate it into your landscape.
One of the main topsoil uses is replacing the existing soil on your property if it is poor or degraded. This can also go for garden plots where no natural soil existed before; such as a patio or courtyard garden space. Poor soil can typically be found in newly built homes, where existing topsoil has been stripped away during the excavation and building. Purchasing new topsoil can help you create new flower beds, or provide a solid starting point for new grass seed t