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Jeffries

Home Gardening

GROW REAL VEGGIES THE WAY NATURE INTENDED

A blend of organic materials, including shredded bark, tree pruning, lawn clippings, Blood & Bone and Jeffries Organic Compost that have been through a controlled process of natural aerobic composting. The right amount of washed, course sand is then mixed in to maintain an ideal open structure.

September

Mulch Of the Month

Jeffries Forest Mulch

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Garden accessories

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Soil for generations

NOW SELLING SAND

See our range of sands now available to order online for delivery to your driveway.

Our certifications

Products that are certified to Australian Standards have passed rigorous quality and performance testing. AS certified products involve specifications, procedures and guidelines that aim to ensure products, services, and systems are safe, consistent, and reliable. There is continuous auditing that takes place with these certifications so you can be confident in the product you specify.

Home Gardening Tips

Lovely Lemons and Marvelous Mandies

What is wrong with my lemon tree? It is one of the most common questions we hear on talk back gardening. We all love to grow lemons and citrus but they often cause gardeners to become anxious as they sulk, don't fruit or get deformed leaves. Don't panic though, there...

What does my Soil colour tell me?

Envy. It's not a pretty word, and as gardener's we all know it when we see the luscious, deep chocolatey brown soil in a fellow gardener's garden. It's not because we are thinking of chocolate, although that is reason enough for envy, but because we know that dark...

Get Down and Dirty with your soil

No matter where we garden there is one thing that we all share, an obsession with dirt, or soil to be exact. For our gardens, soil is like the home, the supermarket and the pharmacy rolled into one. If the soil is improved with organic matter then chances are that the...
Fungi in my Mulch

Fungi in my Mulch

Fungi in my mulch – the good, the bad and the ugly! Mushrooms and other fungi appearing in your mulch or compost can...

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Not sure where to start?

Here are some of our most frequently asked questions…
How do I know how much delivery will be?

$35 per truck. One truck can deliver a maximum of 8 UNITS. Anything over 8 UNITS will incur a second charge of $35. Also, only $15 shipping for any number of Jeffries bags!

How long does it take to deliver?

We aim to delivery to you as soon as possible. For bulk orders this is usually 24 hours and you can select a delivery window at checkout. For bags, you can receive cheaper delivery if you’re happy to wait up to 7 days. 

What if I want to pick it up myself?

You can pick up from Jeffries directly. We are located inside the Wingfield Waste and Recycling Centre at 412 Hanson Road North, Wingfield SA. Or you can pick up from one of or fantastic resellers closest to you.

Why compost?

Compost is rich in organic matter, one of the most important components for improving soil fertility. Organic matter also improves soil structure as well as water and fertiliser efficiency, ultimately leading to healthier plant growth.

What if access to my driveway is pretty tight?

If you think access may be an issue please give us a call, we haven lots of options including our Jeffries PowerScaper, which can reach up to 100m away.

Do I need to create an account?

No, you can check out as a guest but you will need to supply all of your details so we can deliver to you and the driver can call you if there are any questions. We take your privacy very seriously and will never share your details.

What is a unit?

1 unit = one cubic yard (or 0.76m3). To put this in perspective, this is approximately one 6×4 trailer load. The landscaping industry often still uses cubic yards as that’s how much a bucket of a loader can hold.

How much do I need?

Use the handy calculators on each product page in the shop. We recommend laying mulch at 8-10cm thick.

Can I plant straight into compost?

Compost itself is not a growing medium, but a soil conditioner or soil amendment. It is organically rich but more of a good thing is not necessarily better. Using excessive amounts can create too much warmth for the plant roots and may not provide adequate drainage. Apply approximately a 3cm layer and mix it into your soil to provide the right mix.

Can I use Afterpay?

Currently, Jeffries does not have Afterpay, Zip Pay or other similar buy now pay later systems.

Have a different question?

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