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Home Depot is selling 40 Pound bags of top soil regionally priced from 88 cents to $1.25 per bag. Not sure if this includes all regions. Also Cyprus Mulch 5 2 Cubic foot bags for $10. Check your local add as both these deals vary by region.

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Last Edited by JAHokie46 May 1, 2011 at 01:02 AM
Top Soil
NC (Charlotte) - .98
NY (Westchester) - 1.25
OH (Columbus) - $0.88
FL (Daytona Beach) - $.98
OH (Dayton) - 0.98
TX (Arlington) - 98c
VA (Williamsburg)- $.98

Mulch
FL (Daytona Beach) - 6 for $10. ($1.67/ bag)

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thanks for the heads up! been waiting for another mulch sale
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Bastrop, TX $1.20 last weekend for topsoil.
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Thanks for the notice. I will be going to HD during lunch so I will check the price at the Arbor Walk & Lakeline locations in austin.
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Not here. Mulch is 3/$10 and no topsoil at all. Too bad, I need soil.
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Thanks OP. I may pick up a few bags for $1 per 1/2cu ft to go along with the $2.25 per cu after PMing the Lowes Miracle Grow deal.
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$1.15 for topsoil, 4/10$ for the mulch here in RI. Thanks, though...I might need the topsoil to add to the 20 bags of planting soil I bought @ the Lowe's deal.
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Top soil is different from planting soil?

Looks like topsoil in the red and white bag is $0.98 here in Bay City, MI, and mulch is 5/$10...1 cubic foot of miracle grow garden soil is priced at $3.97 too. I'm just making a garden of flowers and veggies with pots on both of my apartments balcony's when its warmer.
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Just a heads up, you guys should check out your local Craigslist before purchasing top soil. A lot of the times people are adding on to their homes and they just give dirt away. Sure there is labor involved, but you can either hire someone or do it yourself. Either way, you walk out with sometimes up to 1-2 cubic yards of it. But this deal is definetly good, thumbs up for that. No TC intended.

As for the mulch, i've always seen it ~$2.00 but i'm sure that price varies by location.
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that cypress mulch is crap. it is splintered wood not rounded, it will cut your hand
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Top soil (usually) doesnt have any special additions to it...it was around in nature long before agriculture existed, haha. (Also takes close to 100 years years to form a square inch of it, haha) It contains most of the decomposed material of past generations of organics.

Garden soil usually is a hand grown (manufactured) sort of top soil...selected to hold moisture better and what not. It might have some artificial fertilizer built into it as well. Since most top soil's limiting nutrient is phosphorus, it will usually have extra of this.
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$.88 here. Thanks OP! Will pick some up when I head out that way to Target this weekend!
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Damn, none showing in Houston
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FYI I have used this "topsoil" before. To me it has a lot of sand in it, more than any type of soil or dirt. I had to mix it some miracle gro to use for planting flowers.
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