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Composts, Topsoils, Mulches

Top-of-the-line products to help your plants grow

Our composts and top soils are expertly crafted using recycled food and yard waste, providing the immediate and long-term nutrients your plants need. Using our products in flower beds, vegetable gardens, and lawns helps them grow faster, healthier and, for some types of vegetables, larger and tastier.

Products

Compost: Tilling

Perfect for enriching existing soil to give plants and lawns the nutrients they need to grow stronger and more beautiful.

Bagged as as well as bulk purchases available.

Compost: Topdressing

Crafted specifically for topdressing lawns and plant beds each year to boost your soil's nutrients. 

Topsoil

A special blend of compost and soil to give your plants nutrients, root space and support, and a balance of moisture retention and drainage.

Mulch: Nutrient Blend

Combining the traditional beauty of a triple ground mulch with the powerful benefits of compost, this is a customer and team favorite.

 

Available at our Landfill facility.

Mulch: Triple ground

A traditional mulch, expertly made.

 

Available with no coloring in bulk at both locations. Dyed black, brown, and red mulches are available in bulk and bags at our Landfill facility.

Mulch: Double ground

A coarser cut of wood than a traditional triple ground mulch that still uses our same high-quality process.

Firewood

Stay warmer with our 1/8 cord of firewood.

Available at our Landfill facility.

Learn more about the powerful benefits of compost.

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Learn about recycling your food and yard waste at Freestate Farms.

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Planting in topsoil enriched with compost

Ready to discuss your project?

Proud member of the US Composting Council

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Locations

Freestate Farms HQ 13012 Balls Ford Road Manassas, VA 20109

Freestate Farms - Landfill

14811 Dumfries Road

Manassas, VA 20112

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