Kynock Premium Organic Garden Soil

To achieve the best results for your garden, you need to start with a superior garden mix. We have mixed our garden soil to be the best. It is made with 40% compost and a peat moss making it Green thumb approved.

Best For: 

  • Gardening
  • Vegetable gardens
  • Shrubs
  • Raised beds


What is the best soil for a garden?

The best soil for a garden is a nutrient-rich, well-draining loam soil. This type of soil contains a balance of sand, silt, and clay that provides good structure and drainage while retaining moisture and nutrients.

How do I improve my garden soil?

To improve garden soil, you can:

- Add compost or aged manure to increase organic matter and nutrients

- Till in cover crops or green manures to enrich the soil

- Use a garden tiller to loosen compacted soil

- Add sand or perlite to improve drainage in heavy clay soils

What nutrients does garden soil need?

The key nutrients for healthy garden soil are:

- Nitrogen - Promotes green, leafy growth

- Phosphorus - Supports root and flower development

- Potassium - Strengthens overall plant health and disease resistance

How often should I test my garden soil?

It's a good idea to test your garden soil every 2-3 years to check nutrient levels and pH. This allows you to make any necessary amendments to keep your soil in optimal condition.

What is the ideal pH for garden soil?

Most plants thrive in slightly acidic soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. You can use a soil test kit to determine your soil's pH and then add lime or sulfur to adjust it as needed.