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

  • For in-ground planting of flowers and vegetables
  • Mix 50:50 with native soil
  • Fertilize at time of planting and every 5-6 weeks thereafter
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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.
  • It looks different. Aged wood fines create pockets in the soil to allow air and water penetrate deeper into the soil for greater root development and overall plant health.
  • Formulated for in-ground planting only - mixing 50/50 with native soil.
  • Adds organic matter to the soil for better water retention and reduced soil compaction.
  • Don't forget the fertilizer! Since you have the hole dug, mix in Kellogg's organic granular fertilizer at time of planting.
  • Add Kellogg's Organic Fertilizer every 5-6 weeks thereafter during the growing season for lush, healthy growth.
  • Plants look sad? Time to fertilize. For a quick-release of nutrients, add Kellogg's Fish & Kelp Liquid Fertilizer with your regular watering routine every 2-3 weeks.
  • Don't over-water! Water when top 1-2 in. are dry
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Ideal For GrowingFlowers,Fruits & VegetablesSucculentsFruits & VegetablesFlowers,Fruits & Vegetables,Succulents
OrganicYesNoNoYes
Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)2 cu ft1 cu ft1.5 cu ft2 cu ft
Soil TypeGardenSpecialtyGardenGarden
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Specifications

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Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)2 cu ftIdeal For GrowingFlowers,Fruits & Vegetables
OrganicYesSoil MatterOrganic
Soil TypeGarden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council CertifiedYes

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  • 4.3
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Great for planting Flowers
Used this soil to create a new flower bed. Seemed to work great. Make sure you eliminate any clumps and spread it evenly. Need to have soil underneath that drains well to prevent fungus.
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    Great so far
    1st time trying container gardening. The plants are doing great.
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    • Recommended
    New sod base
    great soil - not clumpy. We used it under patches of new sod for a base. Its amazing!
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    • Recommended
    Bad soil
    Used this soil to fill last two grow bags, put all my plants in at the same time. Plants in the soil are dying, wondering if the compost is made with black walnut.
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    Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMay 13, 2022
    All garden soils, including All Natural Garden Soil, are formulated to be mixed 50:50 with native soil for in-ground planting. It is not formulated to be used as a stand-alone soil mix for raised bed or container gardening. Adding organic material is one of the best things gardeners can do for their garden beds. We use aged wood fines in our soil mixes for three reasons – Better soil structure with its slightly larger particle size helps air and water penetrate deeper into the soil, allowing for better root development and overall plant health – Excellent food source for beneficial soil microbes which help plants resist pests and disease – A more sustainable resource benefiting the environment. No doubt, it does look different than conventional synthetic peat-based soil mixes. KelloggGardenProducts
      1 found this review helpful
      We used this soil in our backyard raised garden beds...
      We used this soil in our backyard raised garden beds where we have herbs and veggies planted. This soil is also helpful for our potted plants and seed starters! It's working wonderfully so far
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      Fungus
      I bought this soil to fill a raised garden bed. At first I was satisfied with the way it looked and smelled. Then this fungus started growing. I’ve never seen this before and my internet search says it’s something they call “dog vomit” because it really looks like dog vomit. I’m picking this stuff up from my garden every morning! When it grows at the base of the plants, it starts to engulf the entire plant. The only things I’ve added to this planter are the dirt and the plants. So I’m assuming it was already in the dirt and I won’t buy this one again
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      Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMay 7, 2022
      Thank you for your feedback. What you found is actually a mold, not a fungus. It can occur in late spring or early summer typically after prolonged periods of rain. It is not toxic and will not harm your plants. It can be controlled by either completely removing the mold or allowing it to dry out. The mold is not a condition of the soil. KelloggGardenProducts
        1 found this review helpful
        BUYER BEWARE - This "soil" is nothing more than fine mulch
        Kellogg and HD should be ASHAMED of calling this product "Garden Soil". This "soil" is nothing more than fine (wood) mulch...about 3 - 5 years away from being garden soil. I believe this would fall into the false advertising category. Maybe Kellogg should rename or put quality above money. If you want mulch, buy this product. If you want to grow vegetables or flowers, go elsewhere.
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        Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertApr 15, 2022
        All garden soils, including All Natural Garden Soil, are formulated to be mixed 50:50 with native soil for in-ground planting. It is not formulated to be used as a stand-alone soil mix for raised bed or container gardening. Adding organic material is one of the best things gardeners can do for their garden beds. We don't use a lot of peat in our soil mixes. We use aged wood fines in our soil mixes for three reasons – Better soil structure with its slightly larger particle size helps air and water penetrate deeper into the soil, allowing for better root development and overall plant health – Excellent food source for beneficial soil microbes which help plants resist pests and disease – A more sustainable resource than peat, benefiting the environment. No doubt, it does look different than conventional synthetic peat-based soil mixes. KelloggGardenProducts
          3 found this review helpful
          Soil Mix
          Used this as half of a mix in a new raised garden bed. The vegetables are standing right up.
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          This “soil” is just sticks. It looks like mulch. I’m...
          This “soil” is just sticks. It looks like mulch. I’m so disappointed that my spouse placed it in the garden beds. I imagine slivers are in my future.
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          Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMar 16, 2022
          The use of aged wood fines is more common in organic soil mixes than conventional synthetic soil mixes. However, there should not be sticks. We use fully composted aged wood fines in our soil mixes for three reasons – Better soil structure with its slightly larger particle size helps air and water penetrate deeper into the soil, allowing for better root development and overall plant health – Excellent food source for beneficial soil microbes which help plants resist pests and disease – A more sustainable resource benefiting the environment. No doubt, it does look different than conventional peat-based soil mixes. KelloggGardenProducts
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          2 found this review helpful
          WARNING- bad bugs in the bag I bought
          I bought this soil at Home Depot last week. I opened it today and put some of the soil in a pot. I noticed some white bugs crawling around. I googled the bugs and discovered they are termites!! Really?? I bought this to go in a bed next to my house!
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          Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertNov 2, 2021
          Thank you for your feedback. This is highly unusual and will have someone contact you to get additional information. KelloggGardenProducts
            3 found this review helpful
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