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Miracle-Gro Organic Choice 1.5 cu. ft. Garden Soil
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Miracle-Gro

Organic Choice 1.5 cu. ft. Garden Soil

  • Quick and slow release nitrogen feeding
  • Helps improve soil conditions and feed plants
  • Natural and organic fertilizer

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Miracle-Gro Organic Choice 1.5 cu. ft. Garden Soil is a rich blend of sphagnum peat moss, compost and natural fertilizer for growing flowers and vegetables naturally. It will help improve soil conditions and feed plants to promote healthy growth. This natural and organic fertilizer provides both quick and slow release nitrogen feeding for lush, vibrant flowers and vegetables.

  • Use in your garden to feed in-ground vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs
  • Contains a blend of sphagnum peat moss, compost and natural fertilizer to condition the soil and promote healthy plant growth
  • Natural fertilizer provides both quick and slow-release nitrogen for fast and long-lasting results
  • Organic ingredients feed plants naturally
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Organic Choice 1.5 cu. ft. Garden Soil is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The product is loaded with wood mulch The bag that I purchased was loaded with chipped up wood and sticks ranging in size from 1-4 inches. The bag indicated organic garden soil, and that is not what was inside the bag. It will take many many years for the wood components to decompose. I am going back to the store from which I purchased this product and will ask for a full refund. I would not recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT soil! I just purchased the raised beds, and had to fill them with soil, as the ground in my area is primarily made up of clay. I've seen some strong rooting in my plants, but I do have a few small issues: 1) The price is not fantastic, if you end up having to buy several bags. Believe me, it begins to add up. 2) One bag I bought had a bunch of small stones in it, as well as some used candy wrappers. Yeah. I spent 20 minutes picking out the rocks. Now, that was only ONE bag, but it was still annoying. 3) As great as this soil is, (and it is! I mean, I still buy it!) I feel like your best bet is to buy this soil, and then supplement it with even more bags of a nice humus & manure mix. Home Depot also has a couple of types of this. Not a WIDE variety, but what they have is good. I've also mixed that with Bone Meal. That trifecta of the organic soil, manure & humus, and bone meal, has brought me a very nice start indeed to my summer garden. Conclusion: If you're looking for a one-stop-shop of soil, this may not be it. But if you're willing to put in a little elbow grease, you can really make it work!
Date published: 2011-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heavy on wood, light on compost... but still good For a raised vegetable garden, it's a good base soil for the bulk of the bed (especially if you find it on sale) but I recommend mixing in a nice 1 inch or so of good organic compost. If you can find a blended one made from various manures as well as food waste your vegetables thrive. You may also want to consider adding some peat moss for some added moisture retention. For those that can't, don't or won't read the bag does include a symbol that will hopefully make you realize this is NOT FOR CONTAINERS. According to the bag the ingredients vary by location. I'm in Texas so the product available from other locations my vary from my pictures.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wood chips mostly Last year I purchased 50 bags of Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Garden Soil. The bags contained little soil and a lot of wood chips. By the end of the season, the soil was washed down with watering while the wood chips all remained on the surface. Now, by next spring, the wood chips have mostly decomposed . So, the soil level in my garden has shrunk to the same level where I started in the spring of last year. I would buy another brand of soil this year and would NOT recommend Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Garden Soil to other gardeners
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not What I Expected From Miracle Gro We bought 10 bags of this to fill our brand new raised beds. Had I been home when the soil was put into the beds I would have shouted "hold it!" when seeing the quality, but I was not home so the beds were filled. This soil has a great amount if large wood chips in it. It looks horrible. I tried growing peppers and herbs and they turned yellow and died. Our newly landscaped garden is an embarrassment!
Date published: 2013-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst year ever Thought it was time to replenish my veggie garden soil this year. Added several pallets of this mix according to the proper amount for the size of my garden. This is the worst my garden has ever done. Tomatoes aren't even half the size I normally have and have not yet flowered. Half of my other vegetables have died. I usually bring in a ton of pole beans July-the first frost and they haven't even started to climb the trellis. I have wasted so much money on seed and soil this year. Its a total loss. Going to be researching other fertilizer methods for next year.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from organic is the buzz word and I am trying to eat healthier foods so far I am seeing good results with this being mixed into my regular garden soil. One question/answer I did not find on the package label is regarding the manure - does this manure come from non-chemical grazing land? If it is a by-product from the feed lots then the organic label is misleading.
Date published: 2012-06-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Plastic scraps I bought one bag which I'm using in containers anyways even though it states not to. I used a cup to separate the "organic" soil into the containers so I was up close and personal to the soil. I found at least 10 pieces of plastic inside. Some pieces were soft and looked like they were from recycled bags (clear and colored). Some pieces were hard and even had other product logos still visibly printed onto them. Having plastic in the soil does not seem to organic. The next time I went to Home Depot I bought a bag of Vigoro "organic" soil and I had the same issue with finding at least 10 pieces of hard and soft plastic within the soil.
Date published: 2014-05-11
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