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Question DetailsAsked on 6/26/2017

where to get garden dirt to fill a raised bed

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Hello Cwaz

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Just google garden center + your location and you should get a ton of results. Home Depot or Lowes are also good options if you just need bags of dirt. Garden centers will typically deliver in cubic yards and typically at least 3-6 yards at a minimum.


Be sure you know how much soil you need. Use a soil calculator to figure this out. A good one is: https://www.soilcalculator.com

Answered 7 days ago by diegowi




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