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Business Description
Since 2001, we have been providing the San Antonio and Hill Country area with the best lawn and landscaping materials at our Boerne and Bulverde locations. Which is why we are proud to now include Fertile Garden into our Stone and Soil family. Come see our new Stone and Soil Depot Organic Store at 8349 Leslie Road, off loop 1604 between Culebra and Bandera roads. Fertile Garden was established in 1988 with the goal to provide quality products to enhance our environment with their custom blended composts and compost based soil mixes. They have been known for their organic mixes and are eager to continue that tradition under the Stone & Soil Depot banner.

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TollFree: (800) 867-7645

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Northwest Side
Sand & Gravel, Crushed Stone, Garden Centers, Landscaping Equipment & Supplies, Topsoil, Mulches, Masonry Equipment & Supplies, Building Materials


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Charlie B.



I rated it "Not the worst" because as far as I know, it's the only game in town. Used to go out there when it was Gardenville, then Fertile Garden Supply. I noted several things not adding anything to the customer value. Facelift. Rock and paver landscaping looks nice, but is only eye candy. Attention to details like signage at all the mounds of materials is missing. Used to be scoops ALL the bulk material sold by pound, I had to scrounge to find one. The diatomacious earth barrel was totally empty, and clerk didn't know if they had any. I had to find it for her and ask her to fill it. Definitely a trainee, so I will give her some slack. Used to be the third party materials outside was visibly priced. Not now. Used to be some pre-bagged in-house mixes, not now. Now, when you buy 5 gal fill your own, you have to go to the yard worker sitting in the loader tractor and ask where it is. The clerk doesn't know. I asked the loader where the potting soil was and he drove his tractor over to it, stirred it and drove off. Didn't so much as look at the loading ticket to see if I bought that product or something else, and what quantity I had bought. Maybe organization will come with time, buy maybe business failure is in the cards. I saw only one other customer buying materials. This yard used to be busy all the time. Is there another place where I can buy diatomaceous earth by the pound?

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