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For creating new beds and borders or simply improving existing soil in your garden Westland Top Soil is ideal for a high quality finish. Furthermore, it is perfect for general lawn preparation and repairs such as levelling lawns. Therefore making it the ideal accompaniment for your general garden use.

Westland Top Soil is a specially selected rich clay loam soil with a high humus content retaining nutrients and moisture. It is lime and also chalk free, perfect for adding nutrients and organic structure to enhance beds and borders.

  • For general planting & lawn preparation
  • Specially selected & graded top soil
  • Perfect for re-invigorating garden soil
  • Ideal for lawn preparation & levelling

To keep plants and flowers in your border growing strong and healthy throughout the season use the Westland range of straight plant feeds.

Sizes available

  • 20 litre
  • 30 litre
  • Product Details
  • How to Use
  • Tips & Advice

Why Use

Westland Top Soil is a specially selected rich clay loam soil with a high humus content which retains nutrients and moisture, making it ideal for use all around the garden.

This soil has been sieved to remove stones and debris and heat sterilized to kill off weed seeds.

Westland Top Soil has a balanced clay, silt and sand composition with plenty of organic matter providing good structural stability under all weather conditions.

It is lime and chalk free and perfect for adding nutrients and organic structure to enhance beds and borders.



How to Use

Creating new beds

Image of a person with a spade creating a new flower bed.

When creating a new bed in your garden you may find yourself short of soil. Use Westland Top Soil to increase the volume and depth of soil for your new bed, giving your plants and trees the perfect start for quick establishment.

Building up beds and borders

Top Soil can be used to raise beds which have sunken over the years. Place a 7-10 cm layer on beds and borders prior to planting or in thinner layers around existing plants. The fresh soil provides a rich supply of organic matter acting as a fresh source of nutrition for new and established plants.

Conditioning soil

Image of someone digging the soil with a garden fork.

Help improve poor soil in your garden by mixing 50:50 with Top Soil and digging in. This will improve soil structure and add humus helping to rejuvenate the soil.

Lawn preparation

Use Westland Top Soil to cover the top 3-4 cm of the lawn area and level using the straight edge of a wooden baton and spirit level.

Top Tip: For the best result cover the finished area with a thin layer of Gro-Sure Lawn Seeding Soil (1-2 cm) and sow lawn seed into this layer to guarantee germination and establishment of the lawn.

Lawn levelling

To fill in and level depressions in the lawn cut a cross shape in the turf and peel back from the hollow. Fill the hollows to the required level with Top Soil and cover with the turf again.

General Advice

  • Store in a dry frost free place away from weed killers and other garden chemicals
  • Re-seal bag after use
  • Use in a well ventilated place and avoid breathing in dust
  • Always wear gloves when gardening and wash hands after use
  • Rework soil between hands before use to reconstitute


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I use this for my houseplants?

A. We would recommend using a ready made compost mix suitable for houseplants such as our Houseplant Potting Mix.

Q. Does this Top Soil contain any fertiliser?

A. No, Top Soil has a high humus content and rich in organic matter however it does not contain nutrients vital for healthy plant growth and establishment.

For any questions or advice, please contact our technical advice line on 01480 443789 (Mon-Fri 10am-4pm) or email customerservice@westlandhorticulture.com

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