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Garden, screened, and unscreened, OH MY! Don’t know the difference? Welcome to Soil 101.

Garden soil is for your vegetable gardens. It packed with fertilizer and nutrients to help your fruits and vegetables thrive.

Have you ever seen gold miners put their findings through a sifter to sift out the unwanted materials? Screened soil follows a similar process. The soil is screened so the rocks and debris are separated and only the good soil remains. The result is a potting soil perfect for your flower beds and as the base layer under your lawn.

Unscreened soil is exactly that–this soil hasn’t been sifted and sorted through and still has some rocks and debris. This soil is great for filling in holes.