Internet #205617876

Model # 6850

Store SKU #1001100512

0025962068509

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

  • Mix 50/50 with native soil found in your garden or landscape
  • Made with wood fines, capturing benefits of the forest floor
  • Fertilize at planting and every 4-5 weeks after planting
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Product Overview

  • Mix 50/50 with native soil found in your garden or landscape
  • Made with wood fines, capturing benefits of the forest floor
  • Fertilize at planting and every 4-5 weeks after planting
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 or landscape. 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 and help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering. It also 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
  • Proven organic - OMRI listed
  • Apply fertilizer at the time of planting
  • Click here to learn more about our Healthy Home Eco Options



  • Click here to view the Types of Soil Buying Guide

Product Overview

  • Mix 50/50 with native soil found in your garden or landscape
  • Made with wood fines, capturing benefits of the forest floor
  • Fertilize at planting and every 4-5 weeks after planting
Model #: 6850
Sku #: 1001100512
Internet #: 205617876

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 or landscape. 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 and help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering. It also 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
  • Proven organic - OMRI listed
  • Apply fertilizer at the time of planting
  • Click here to learn more about our Healthy Home Eco Options



  • Click here to view the Types of Soil Buying Guide

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Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
2
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Matter
Organic
Soil Type
Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
2
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Matter
Organic
Soil Type
Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

Questions & Answers

I bought 8 bags of these already and put on my raised garden bed and I just saw other people's co...

I bought 8 bags of these already and put on my raised garden bed and I just saw other people's comment that this is not the correct soil for raised garden bed. Do you have any solution what is can do so my flower's will not die. Thank you. Please answer asap.
Asked by: Marie8377
I put 8 bags in a raised garden bed for vegetables and herbs and it works just fine, however I did add Perlite to the garden which aerates the soil and helps prevent compacting. For flowers, I would try the same thing and mix in some Perlite. Or, if you didn't want to use those bags you could be better off using a potting soil. Now, Home Depot makes a raised bed garden soil so you have that option too.
Answered by: Gertrude
Date published: 2020-04-22

Is there any Perlite in the soil?

Asked by: Mark
No
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2020-04-13

how many pounds is one bag

how many pounds is one bag
Asked by: ay
I think it will depend on how long it’s been sitting in the rain. Mine were SUPER heavy! I’m guess they were around 55-60 lbs., but it had been raining quite a bit when I picked them up from the store.
Answered by: GardeningGirl
Date published: 2020-05-20

I just put this by itself my my container garden will the vegetables grow

Asked by: Bonsaima
They will grow, yes, but probably not nearly as well as they could. For containers, you'll definitely want something to retain moisture; i use 1 part peat, 1 part soil and compost/manure. You'll want the final mix to be at least 50% peat (imo) Add in a handful or two (depending) of organic fert. (you don't need over 5-5-5 imo) maybe some lime (Tomatoes, Peppers, etc.) and mix it well. There you have a cheap and pretty decent potting mix. You can add mulch, worm castings, perlite/vermiculite, etc. but then costs go up. Making your own compost is good if you have the space/desire, etc. You want as much organic matter in your soil as possible.
Answered by: DamageINC
Date published: 2020-04-01
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