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Whittier Fertilizer Topsoil for Landscaping

Whether you’re finishing a renovation project or looking to finalize landscaping plans, top soil is a crucial element that cannot be overlooked. At Whittier Fertilizer, we understand the practical and visual benefits of using topsoil and work to service both commercial and residential clients. Premium top soil by Whittier Fertilizer can be custom ground to meet your specific needs.  Top soil can be used for:

  • Golf courses
  • Residential yards and gardens
  • City parks and landscapes
  • And much more!

What Exactly is Topsoil?

Topsoil is a screened, sandy loam soil that covers the uppermost layers of the earth. Soil itself is defined by the fractions of sand and clay while loam refers to the concentration of sand and clay. Whittier Fertilizer ensures that all sandy loam soil is infused with substantial organic matter to ensure healthy nutrients and good drainage for the surrounding landscape.

Since every client has different fertilization needs, we offer custom mixed topsoil at Whittier Fertilizer. This ensures that your landscape gets the nutrients and texture that it needs. As the number one supplier of landscaping products to golf courses throughout the United States, we understand the various commercial needs for healthy and aesthetically pleasing top soil.

Benefits of Topsoil

When you decide to use topsoil in your landscaping project, you’re making an investment that will pay rewards for years to come. The nutrients and vitamins in our topsoil will guarantee a “green thumb” experience while creating the perfect landscape for you and your guests to enjoy. Because our top soil is screened and amended by customers as needed, it is finely ground and moldable all your outdoor needs.

At Whittier Fertilizer, our top soil options enhance every landscape. Processed topsoil is grade soil for contractors that has been ground through a machine to create a fine texture. Since it is finely ground, this top soil can be easily spread and decorated with shovels and rakes. The lawn establishment topsoil is high quality sandy loam soil mixed with organic matter to create the perfect growing environment for both turf and seed. However, since no two clients are alike, we offer customized options to fit your needs. Tell us exactly how you need your top soil, and we’ll mix it for you

Who Needs Topsoil?

Topsoil is a popular landscape commodity for commercial and residential clients alike. If your turf has compacted over the years, eroded, or hasn’t been treated, it might be time to consider a new layer of topsoil. New top soil from Whittier Fertilizer adds new life to your outdoor landscaping. Fresh nutrients will encourage desired plant growth while the fresh sandy loam soil will provide the visual and physical texture that every farmer, gardener, golfer, and outdoor enthusiast desires.

If you are in the middle of a renovation project or considering a landscape renovation in the future, be sure to get top soil from a proven name. As the number one provider of landscaping tools for golf courses throughout the United States, Whittier Fertilizer has the experience and top soil knowledge that you can trust.

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Stacie Cary
June 16, 2017

What is your current price for 10 cu yards of topsoil? What would delivery be to 90638? How much notice is needed to arrange a delivery? Thank you! Stacie

June 13, 2017

Im installing new sod on my back yard. I need 10cu yards of soil. How much for the soil and delivery to 90723?

Jessey Lopez
April 7, 2017

How much would it be for a truck load of top soil?

Whittier Fertilizer
April 12, 2017

Top soil cost is $19.00 per cy and soil mix is $21.00 per cy delivery is per city so please call

Us to give you the correct price

Thank You


December 25, 2014

I live in a gated community and cannot have soil dumped anywhere – but I need a lot to fill in a side yard. Do you deliver bulk in bags? If so, how much do you charge for delivery to 90732? Thanks!

Mark Fieldhouse
October 26, 2014

I need 3 cubic yards of compost, 1 cubic yard of topsoil, and 1 cubic yard or gorilla hair bark. Can you deliver all of these in the same load? I am sure some of it will get mixed together which I am ok with. How much would that be with delivery to Bellflower (90706). Thanks.

October 25, 2014

Are you open to the public?

Mavash Johnson
September 2, 2014

I need to cover around a riding arena with some kind of dirt! for two reasons to raise the ground about 4 inches and level it , secondly the soil is all sandy and very poor and I like to plant grass. the arena is 70 by 90 feet and the outside is empty land, therefore I need at least ten truck loads. Can you advise and give me a price. My property is in Springville CA 93265

Yvonne Kreuter
September 2, 2014

I have a raised vegetable bed 13x16x7. How much to deliver to Rancho Palos Verdes? Also, do you have workers to move the soil (15 feet) from the truck to the raised bed?

August 26, 2014

Do you sell a topsoil that has no organic amendments? If so what is the price for 30 yards delivered to Laguna Niguel?
Thank you

June 9, 2014

How much top soil can my 1/2 ton pickup hold?

May 17, 2014

cost to mix 5yards of a 90/10 blend of sand and fir bark (or simular) with nitroform and iron added.

May 3, 2014

i would like to no how much it would cost to cover 1 acer of land with top soil 2″ to 3″ including delivery to hesperia ca. thank you and looking to do this very soon

Ellen West
April 15, 2014

A group of Frederick County Master Gardeners are working with the Advocates for Homeless Families (AfHF) on creating vegetable gardens for the families and their children in the AfHF program. We have build 4 raised beds and purchased compost from the County recycling center. We now need 80 cubic feet topsoil to mix with the compost. Can we pick it up or would you be able to deliver it to 216 Abrecht Place, Frederick, MD 21701? What would be the price?
Both organizations are 501 C non-for profit organizations. We hope you will provide us with a discount, since we are raising the money and can use any monetary help with the garden project.
Best regard,
Ellen West

March 27, 2014

How long does it take for the delivery after I order it? Is the delivery going to be the same day, next day, or I can request a delivery day?

March 18, 2014

I have a few more questions to ask before I purchase.

1. 1 cubic yard = 27 of the 1 cu bag of soil right? Someone told me that some company make a cubic yard only equal to 9 cu ft.
2. How many square ft can 1 cubic yard cover at 6″ depth?
3. Will 8 cu yards of soil damage my driveway since they are like 2,000 LBS each cubic yard.
4. I have really bad clay soil, which soil should I get? Top soil or soil mix, or other soils that you guys recommend?
5. How many cubic yard can a dump truck carry? Will I get charge additional for delivery if the dump truck have to make more than 1 trip?

March 16, 2014

1. What is the difference between soil mix and top soil?
2. What is the price of each?
3. How much is the delivery cost to 91744?
4. Can you fit 8 cubic yard into an open area that can park 2 compact car in front of my garage?

February 27, 2014

Or do you think 3/8″ mini-bark is a better choice than organic top soil?

February 27, 2014

I need 5 cubic yards of organic top soil to lay on top of grass plugs. Delivery location is 91030. What product do you recommend and prices?

January 27, 2014

I have an approximately 6′ x 9′ x 3′ deep hole in clay I want to put some peach trees in.

1) Is top soil what I need?
2) How overfull do i fill, with no compaction – how much settling will there be?
3) Location is Pasadena 91106.


Judith Castillo
January 24, 2014

I am a Community Garden member in the Rose Hills Community Garden in Rose Hill near Lincoln Heights and El Sereno. Our garden is across the street from the Rose Hills Projects.
I would like to know is it possible that your business could let us have a sample of your planter mix and or topsoil to see how it works with the vegetable plants grown at our site?
Hopefully, we would be glad to purchase your products for our organic gardens if all is positive.

In the spirit of Alohamana, Mahalo, Vinaka, Thank you,

Judith M. Castillo, Community Garden Member of Native American Heritage and Mother Earth Caretaker