Fall Into Compost Fest™ 2017 September 11 - October 8

Ready. Set. Grow.

Cash in on the biggest discounts of the year on Cedar Grove compost!  

**ONLINE STORE CUSTOMERS: To take full advantage of these great discounts, call in for orders of 10 Yards or Greater!  1-877-764-5748** 

 

Bulk Coupons

Click here to download the 2017 Compost Fest Bulk Coupon

  • valid at all Cedar Grove landscape yards

Bag Coupons

Click here to download the 2017 Compost Fest Bag Coupon

Click here to download the 2017 Compost Fest Bag Coupon - Fred Meyer

  • valid only at participating Fred Meyer retail locations (except for select Spokane-area Fred Meyer stores).

Click here to download the 2017 Compost Fest Bag Coupon - Fred Meyer Spokane

  • valid only at participating Spokane-area Fred Meyer stores.


See below for full participating retailer list.

In order to take advantage of this special offer, make sure you're in the right place!

Click here to view our full list of participating retailers.

Fall is a great time to amend the soil with compost

   

Fall is a fantastic time to apply compost to your lawn and garden.  Building better soil is a critical element to gardening success and fall is the best time to improve your soil health.

Adding compost to your garden beds before you mulch helps retain water, supports healthy plant growth, and helps plants fight diseases, pests and other stresses. So before you mulch, add a layer of compost.

How to add compost to flower beds:

1. Calculate the square footage of your flower beds. Visit www.cedar-grove.com to find out how much you’ll need.
2. If there’s old mulch on the flower bed, rake it away. Compost or repurpose that mulch under trees and shrubs.
3. Add a 1” layer of compost on soil, breaking up any clumps. Keep the compost off the plants.
4. Work compost into the soil. You do not need to dig deeply as you don’t want to uproot any plants.
5. Lightly water the compost; you do not need to soak the soil unless it is dry.
6. Top with 2-3” of Cedar Grove landscape mulch.

Tip: When you are transplanting or adding plants to your flower bed, mix a shovelful of compost into the soil you have dug out of the hole.

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