A great all-around soil mix that includes peat moss, bark, and perlite to increase aeration. Lime additive helps stabilize pH, making it suitable for most vegetables and herbs. Soil drains well while remaining moist even in hot conditions. Does not suffer from common issues like fungal growth or gnat infestation.
Soil tends to compact when used in outdoor pots.
A standard in the soil industry, this is a middle of the road mix. It incorporates light, absorbent materials that keep the soil damp without compacting. Built-in fertilizers feed most plants. Ideal for outdoor container gardening.
May be too light and porous for some plant varieties.
Pesticide-free, organic soil mix. Expands rapidly to more than double its volume when water is added. Based on coco coir rather than peat moss, keeping mix moist without leaching away nutrients. Earthworm castings and added bacteria add to soil body and nourish plants at the root. Mixes well with other soils without losing lightness and drainage properties.
A pricey soil, even though it expands to at least 3 gallons.
Combines earthworm castings and peat along with peat moss for a stable, nutrient-rich garden soil. Ideal for in-ground planting. Clean, bug-free soil.
May be too heavy for transplanting or repotting.
A container-friendly mix of 70% coco coir and 30% perlite. It’s pH-neutral, making starting and transplanting plants less stressful with an easier path for roots to take hold. Works well when mixed with heavier garden soils, too.
A premium-priced mix that may drive buyers to a cheaper product.
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