The vast majority of homeowners will have at least one garden, whether it is a small herb pot on the windowsill or a sprawling vegetable plot in the back yard.

The success of a garden – no matter how large or small – depends heavily on the quality of soil used as the foundation.
Gardeners use different types of fertilizers for their plants, and understanding the differences is key to success. There are many factors to consider when choosing soil, such as climate, type of plant, and level of maintenance.

You can visit our yard in Wilton and purchase a bag, bulka bag or have our truck deliver loose tip soil to your site anywhere in Sydney.

Here is a quick rundown of the types of soil Wilton Landscape Supplies can offer you.

Cow manure

Great for feeding soils.  It assists with moisture retention and soil aeration, maintains soil structure and provides optimum growing conditions. A great all-purpose fertiliser. It can be used as a topper for lawn grass seedlings and added to landscaping, gardens and house plants.

Chook Poo

Also know as poultry manure.  It contains high levels of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, all of which are essential nutrients for plants. Not only does chook poo make your plants grow big and strong, but it also helps to improve the soil fertility and water retention. So, if you’re looking for a natural way to fertilise your garden, then chook poo is definitely the way to go!

Our friendly customer service team can help you with quantities and give you more information about our extensive range of quality soils.


Blood and bone plant food

If you’re looking for an all-in-one fertilizer solution, then look no further than Blood and Bone. This exceptional fertilizer is perfect for your lawns and gardens.  It provides them with the nutrients they need to grow lush and beautiful.

The slow-release formula of Blood and Bone keeps your soil nourished at all times throughout the season, so it’s great for those of us who don’t have time to maintain our grass or perennials every day. It takes just one application in the spring and one reapplication in mid-summer for maximum effectiveness. It won’t burn plants or scorch lawns either!