Subsoil - Lighter in color than the topsoil with less nutrients.
The soil around newly constucted homes is often poor; consider bringing in new topsoil and amending it with loads of compost before planting.
Blessed with a warm climate and abundant rich topsoil, California is ideal for growing almost every sort of produce.
Take topsoil from your second trench, add organic matter to it, and then use it to fill trench number one.
Topsoil - The best layer of soil, it is darker and full of nutrients.
It took millions of years to create the topsoil in your garden.
Mulch the beds to prevent water from washing away the topsoil.
Use a combination of topsoil, sand and compost to create a well-draining soil for your herbs or get an organic potting mix.