Text Us to Score Free Potting Soil and Topdressing
When we moved last summer, the house we ended up renting needed some serious yard work. The lawn was dead, the garden had been ignored, and we have this special rose bush that we take with us from home to home. So we cleaned stuff up and found out we could dump all of the old branches and clippings at Garden City Compost for only 7 bucks. And we got some awesome soil to repair the lawn and for our rose bush, and both flourished! If you've never been, Garden City is definitely the most affordable way to go in Missoula, and it's open year-round, Monday - Saturday. Check out their pricing details below:
Wood Chips - per 10 cubic yards - $7.00
Sawdust (no animal waste) - any amount - No Cost
Wood, Brush, or Yard Waste
Pick-up Truck - $7.00
Small trailer, 8 foot or less - $7.00
Large trailer, 8 foot or greater - $15.00
Dump truck - $15.00
Semi-trailer - $50.00
Bags- $1.00/bag up to 3 bags
We've starting to see some spring weather and that might find you tackling some projects around the yard. In addition to dropping off your yard waste you can also get products to help spruce up your place a bit - like top soil, compost, and topdressing.
We're teaming with Garden City Compost to give away a free cubic yard of lawn topdressing and a free bag (cubic yard) of potting soil to random winners that text us using the Blaze mobile app.
Message us the word GARDEN and we'll pick random winners throughout the month of April. In all, we'll select 20 winners and each will receive one cubic yard of topdressing and one cubic yard of potting soil.
We'll save you almost $100 - prices and descriptions of the products you'll receive are below.
$35 per cubic yard
"Lawn topdressing is screened down to half the size of our Class A compost to 3/16". Great for placing organics and nutrients directly into your turf, lawn, and yard."
Premium Potting Soil
$65 per cubic yard
"Back by popular demand! Our premium potting soil is a mix of Class A Compost, Mulch, Peat Moss from Peaco in Big Fork, and Perlite sourced from Idaho."