Compost and Soil Blends in Connecticut
Harvest New England provides top quality compost and soil blends to homes and job sites in Connecticut and surrounding areas. Our customer service team can help match the scope of your project – whether you are ready to start a raised garden bed, amend your vegetable garden topsoil, launch that lawn re-seeding project, meet a soil specification for a jobsite – with the perfect soil product to support your needs. For deliveries (a 3-cubic yard minimum), call us today to start your order and schedule your bulk delivery.
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Screened Organic Compost
Our compost is 100% natural, derived from decomposed leaves, yard trimmings and food scraps. Our compost is completely safe for use in food production and approved in Connecticut by the Baystate Organic Certifiers for use on organic farms. Our compost can be used as a soil amendment, top dressing, or for planting and gardening. Learn more.
- Raised Beds
- Trees & Shrubs
Garden Soil is our all purpose mixture. Garden Soil consists of compost and topsoil screened through a 5/8” screen. Garden Soil is designed to be used in vegetable and flower gardens as it provides the nutrients plants need to produce. Garden Soil contains our high quality Screened Organic Compost which contributes significantly to sustained soil fertility, superior soil structure, and porosity to improve moisture percolation. Garden Soil is ready to use on all types of outdoor plants, flowers, trees and shrubs, and vegetables. Learn more.
- Raised Beds
Topsoil Plus is our exclusive blend of native farm load and high-quality organic compost. This enriched topsoil plus combines the fertility-enhancing benefits of compost with the workability of good loam. Learn more.
We supply custom blended soils to meet specifications. These include greenroof blends (both extensive and intensive), soils for stormwater management and erosion control (M.13.01 CT DOT Spec Topsoil), rain garden soils, wetland soil blends, and highly engineered bioretention soil blends. Learn more.
- Stormwater Control
- Rain Gardens
- Custom Specifications
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is your compost organic?
A: Yes. It is approved in Connecticut by Baystate Organic Farms for use on certified organic farms.
Q: What should we put in a raised garden bed?
A: Garden Soil! Garden Soil is a 50/50 blend of Topsoil Plus and Compost. Garden Soil is designed to be used in vegetable and flower gardens, as it provides the nutrients plants need to produce.
Q: What should I plant grass seed in?
A: Topsoil Plus! Topsoil Plus is great for growing grass. This enriched topsoil combines fertility-enhancing benefits of compost with the workability of a good loam.
Q: How can I make my existing soil better?
A: By adding Screened Organic Compost. Our compost will improve soil structure, texture, and aeration. The compost helps by loosening clay and helps sandy soil retain water.
Q: Do you deliver? How much for delivery?
A: We do! We require a 3-cubic-yard minimum. The cost is the (Delivery) + (Quantity * Product), with the key variable being the size of truck required to deliver your order. Give us a call at our location closest to you:
Q: Can you deliver two items at once?
A: Our trucks are not designed to deliver multiple products at one time since there is no divider, but if you would like to have multiple materials on the same truck we can deliver. Please understand that when the truck dumps the materials will mix.
Q: How big are your trucks? Will they fit in my driveway?
A: Here are the dimensions of our trucks
Smaller Projects (three yard minimum) up to:
- 6 Yards Topsoil
- 9 Yards Compost
- 16 Yards Mulch
Medium Projects (three yard minimum) up to:
- 25 Yards Topsoil
- 35 Yards Compost
- 35 Yards Mulch
Large Projects up to:
- 35 Yards Compost
- 70-80 Yards Mulch
Q: Can I pick up products from your locations?
A: Yes. In general, we will load up small trucks and trailers with a minimum of a ½-cubic-yard. Hours and prices vary by location.
Q: Do you carry mulches in Connecticut?
A: Why yes, we do! We offer a range of mulches. Learn more about our mulch selections.