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Kellogg Garden Organics 3 cu. ft. All Natural Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables

Kellogg Garden Organics

3 cu. ft. All Natural Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables

  • Mix 50/50 with native soil found in your garden
  • Made with wood fines, capturing benefits of the forest floor
  • Proven organic - OMRI listed

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Product Overview

Kellogg Garden Organics All Natural Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables revitalizes your native soil, organically. Formulated for in-ground planting of flowers and vegetables, mix All Natural Garden Soil 50/50 with the native soil already in your garden. Added wood fines, a sustainable ingredient, give this soil mix a different look aesthetically, mimicking the forest floor compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil: help reduce soil compaction. Help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering. Attracts beneficial soil microbes, which aid your plant’s resistance to pests and disease. Reap the benefits of the forest floor in your own garden bed with All Natural Garden Soil.

  • Formulated with wood fines for greater moisture retention
  • Attracts beneficial microbes for greater resistance to pest and disease
  • Adds organic matter to the soil for better plant health
  • Adds soil structure to revitalize tired garden beds
  • Helps sandy soil hold vital nutrients
  • All natural

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Customer Questions & Answers

Cubic Feet?

Is this actually 3 cu. ft., as in 1 cu. yard? Or is it 3 X 1 cu. ft., which is NOT 3 cu. ft.? The dimensions given for the product do not jive with what 3 cu. ft. should actually measure.
Asked by: CubicConfusion
A large block 3 feet on each side equals 9 square feet. If that block is 1 foot deep, it then becomes 9 cubic feet. If that block is only 4inches deep, then it would be 3 cubic feet, or one-third of the 12 inch deep 9 cubic feet. So in this instance one bag will cover an area 3 feet by 3 feet 4 inches deep. Incidentally, By the same set of measurements (3feet x 3 feet x 3 feet equals 27 cubic feet, or 1 cubic yard (a yard because it is 3 feet) on each side.
Answered by: Retbio14
Date published: 2017-03-22

What is the price?

Asked by: D14ever
The current price is whatever is shown on line.
Answered by: SunnyDays
Date published: 2017-03-11

How is this different from Kellogg's raised bed soil?

I don't know which to choose for a raised bed vegetable garden
Asked by: RaisedGarden
the "raised bed soil" looks more like the typical dark colored plant-container mix we all familiar with, such as the one that comes in the green and yellow bag and has lots of little white dots in it to hold in moisture content (perlite or vermiculite) picture attached for comparison. Middle top = "Kellog Garden Soil" (Mulch) Lower Right = "Kellog Raised bed Soil" Lower Left = standard potting soil, household-name green & yellow bag brand
Answered by: rabbitron
Date published: 2017-04-11

How much does a bag weigh?

How much does a bag weigh?
Asked by: Justin
The soil in there is pretty compact so it's like 50lbs or so
Answered by: ForeverSpring
Date published: 2017-04-18
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Customer Reviews

3 cu. ft. All Natural Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 92.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is NOT soil. It's bark mulch. This company should be ashamed of themselves, marketing this p... This is NOT soil. It's bark mulch. This company should be ashamed of themselves, marketing this product as "garden soil." And, judging from the reviews, the company seems to pass off customers' complaints as if they are the exception, while trying to convince experienced gardeners that soil usually looks like that. As of this date, out of 83 reviews, 48 of them are one star. That's more than half - no way this is a quality product. I would like to give it zero stars.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Summary: AVOID and get 3 bags of the chicken manure instead, which ends up around the same pric... Summary: AVOID and get 3 bags of the chicken manure instead, which ends up around the same price total. Reason: about 80% of the bag is wood chip so this product is misleading. It should say Garden Mulch.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is supposed to be garden SOIL not mulch. I opened the bag and found that there was little t... This is supposed to be garden SOIL not mulch. I opened the bag and found that there was little to no soil in there. Just woodchips. Ridiculous..
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used correctly, great product. Supports family-owned business Let me begin by saying I'm a licensed landscaper. Have been for almost 20 years. I have used various Kellogg's products for over 4 years. I'm not sure why some reviews complain of too much woody material & others do not. I. myself, have rarely had any wood pieces & then very small. As a professional, I can go through hundreds of bags a year. Important Note: I have a guarantee on my work and I do not like to have to replace plants! So, if this product caused a problem, it would be a financial disaster for my business. In these reviews that seem to be at one end of the spectrum or the other, I'm surmising (and I could be wrong) that many aren't using it for how it's intended & what it says right on the bag. It should NOT be used for plants in pots or in a raised bed. They make a separate soil for those: specifically for outdoor potting. Never use an outdoor soil for indoor plants. It should NOT be used alone. It's meant to be mixed with your native soil, as you should do with any soil/compost/amendment you use when planting directly in the ground., as opposed to pots or raised gardens. Depending on your soil, usually 1/3 bagged soil to 2/3 native. I live where there it's mostly clay, so I use it 50/50. This way the roots of the plant get the nutrients & moisture they need, while also getting used to the native soil. Otherwise, when the roots get long enough that they are only in native soil, they might just stop there, keeping the plant from growing to it's full potential and eventually actually making it root bound in the ground! The roots will just circle the planting spot as they grow, avoiding the native soil. I've seen this happen many times. The soil amendment is mostly for enriching a large area that is going to have growth over it all, such as grass. This is great to till into the soil as you prep of a lawn or other groundcover. One more thing to remember is that mulch must be turned by hand a few times a year, especial during & right after monsoon season. There is no mulch, that is natural, that isn't subject to mold/mildew, a white layer on top. You can use a small , rake, or your hands, depending on the area size & what you prefer. It's like tossing salad. Just lightly move/fluff/mix the mulch around, while turning it over a few times so that it gets aired out and separated if clumping. Main thing: during monsoon season, do not let mulch touch the tree to avoid root rot (Giving the tree base about 6" room from the mulch is plenty). Unless the base of the tree is in constant wet conditions, the only time of year we have to be careful is during the monsoons, otherwise I've never had a problem with letting the mulch pile a few inches high at the tree base. I hope these tips helped, whatever product you use.
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Results!!! I had most of my in ground garden plagued with root rot last year. After hours of searching I found worm castings and bat guano to be the best fertilizers out there and this had them plus chicken manure and forest humus?! It was a no brainer, there really isn't a better deal out there. I bought 6 of these bags for a 20ft plot and I haven't had a problem since! I love the smell, like fresh forest. My fruit trees have that healthy sheen on their leaves now. After mixing the soil was lush and the roots were super charged! They have almost tripled in yield id say. I couldn't be happier, thank you for making the best product out there seriously I've tried a lot. You won't waste your time with this one trust me!
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Fully Composted I bought three bags to use to mix with my native soil, after opening up the bags I immediately noticed large bark pieces and a strong odor(not in a good way). I would say it's 50% steer manure and 50% shredded tree products. Since it's not fully composted I decided to use it as a mulch, it does breakdown into compost after 3 months. I'm torn whether I would recommend it, it does make a good mulch.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely Horrible! We bought this spring of 2016 (about 5 months ago)like everyone says it is very mulchy, and did sprout a lot of mushrooms. That's is now the least of my cocerns. Today, I going through my planters and they are full of termites! I will be calling the company tomorrow as well as Home Depot.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from very horrible 'soil' it say is an organic garden 'soil', but when i open it i only can see wood chips. since i already open and i cannot return it.i feel terrible on this product and can't do anything with this 'soil'. feel bad cause i never read reviews before buy it. i think i only can use it as a mulch. stay away with this produts, unless u want to buy a bag of expensive wood chips or mulch. although is cheaper abit then other garden soil but the quality is really bad and cant even said it is a soil!
Date published: 2017-04-03
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