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2 cu. ft. Gromulch 2-in-1 Planting Mix and Mulch

  • For in-ground planting of trees, shrubs and roses
  • Mix 50:50 with native soil
  • Fertilize at time of planting and every 5-6 weeks thereafter
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Kellogg Garden Organics Gromulch 2-in-1 Planting Mix & Mulch. It is the perfect mix for in-ground planting of larger root-mass plants like trees, shrubs and roses. HOW TO USE: As a soil amendment - Mix Gromulch 2-in-1 Planting Mix & Mulch 50:50 with native soil for in-ground planting only (no containers). Gromulch 2-in-1 Planting Mix & Mulch helps loosen compacted clay soil, adding rich organic material providing the perfect balance of moisture retention and aeration required for strong root growth and bigger, more-lush plants. HOW TO USE: As a mulch covering - Add a 3- in. layer of Gromulch 2-in-1 Planting Mix & Mulch on top of the soil around your trees and shrubs as nutrient-rich organic mulch, keeping the soil cool and moist in the summer and a protective barrier in the winter.

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Product Information

Internet # 100427388

Model # 621

Store SKU # 623779

Store SO SKU #623779

Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)

2 cu ft

Ideal For Growing

Flowers, Trees & Shrubs

Organic

Yes

Soil Matter

Organic

Soil Type

Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified

Yes

Questions & Answers

43Questions
caret
Q:Is it good for mulching blueberries
by|Jan 25, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Gromulch would be our ideal product for mulching your blueberries.

by|Feb 21, 2024
    caret
    Q:Is this safe to use in a chicken run?
    by|Sep 25, 2022
    1 Answer
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    A:  Our Gromulch contains fertilizer and is not intended for use as animal bedding.

    by|Jun 25, 2023
      caret
      Q:Can I use this soil to plant trees in wine barrels?
      by|Aug 20, 2021
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      A:  Gromulch is formulated to be mixed 50:50 with native soil for in ground planting. It is not a stand alone soil mix for containers. We recommend Patio Plus Potting Mix for the application you are asking about.

      by|Aug 20, 2021
        caret
        Q:Does gromulch contain any human waste or municipal waste bio solids?
        by|Jun 30, 2021
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        A:  It does not. No Kellogg Garden Organics soils contain biosolids. USDA National Organic Program (NOP), as well as OMRI prohibit the use of biosolids in organic soils.

        by|Apr 5, 2024
          3 found this answer helpful

          A:  No. There are no human waste or municipal waste bio solids. The only organic “waste” compounds listed under ingredients on the bag; added for fertilizer are: aged/composted dairy manure, poultry manure, dehydrated poultry manure, feather meal.

          by|Apr 5, 2024
            3 found this answer helpful

            A:  Hi Daniel, Yes, Kellogg brand garden products, along with other brand names does contain human waste, or sludge. It has been properly treated per EPA standards and safe to use in your garden.

            by|Apr 5, 2024
            3 found this answer helpful
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            Customer Reviews

            4.7 out of 5

            • 4.7 out of 958 reviews
            • 87% recommend this product
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            Fountain succulent garden
            I like it because it is a combination of soil and mulch which helps to keep the moisture in. My newest project is to turn an old three tier fountain into a succulent garden.
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            Yes buy it
            Worked for our rock hard clay soil. We had concrete like soil. I used a concrete breaker tool to remove as much soil as possible and filled it in with a bag of amend and potting soil. All of our flowers kept dying before this. Nobody ever tells you specifically how to get a successful garden and we learned the hard way. Use these bags to replace most of that soil & eventually you'll be growing flowers easily. Amend plus potting soil. Gromulch for the top layer.
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            Fill up a hole.
            Typically I would skip the big bags. But I needed to fill a hole in the lawn where a tree used to be. The wood below ground is rotted and the Big bag of Gromulch was the perfect size to fill it to level..
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            Healthy new growth
            Appears to be assisting newly planted Yellow bells get established!
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            Gromulch is good stuff
            those reviews with call this stuff bad are not real gardeners. This stuff smells like dung, that is what fertilizer is supposed to smell like. For pots and painting, if you do it correctly (Good drainage and 50/50 mix) you plants will thrive like a pro. Especially tropicals and low sun stuff. I even use it in a 100% mode for elephant ear and colocasia. the plants grow huge. the smell goes away after about 2 weeks.
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              Simply the best
              Kellogg products are my go to garden helpers. Gromulch and Amend are the bees knees!
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                This is good stuff; very attractive and easy to use. I'm currently using it in pots for roses and...
                This is good stuff; very attractive and easy to use. I'm currently using it in pots for roses and they look very happy indeed! I'll be buying more in the future. The outdoor cats liked to use this like a litter box so I put broken pot pieces there to discourage digging. The plant is very healthy!
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                1 found this review helpful
                The worst mulch for container gardening
                If you small shrubs, dwarf fruit in planters and do any container gardening this mulch will kill everything you use it around it. When you water it, it comes out the nasty sticky brown color all over you patio. I would not recommend this product
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                Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertOct 25, 2020
                Thank you for your feedback. The ingredients in Gromulch are natural and organic. There are no chemicals that could harm your plants. The brown color you are seeing is possibly the residue from the composted poultry manure. It too is harmless and can be hosed off the patio. We will have someone contact you to get additional information. KelloggGardenProducts
                  6 found this review helpful
                  With the hot weather we’ve been having I noticed that the garden is doing much better since I add...
                  With the hot weather we’ve been having I noticed that the garden is doing much better since I added the Kellogg mulch.
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                  Garbage. And definitely NOT organic!
                  I bought this mulch for my organic garden. My plants needed help retaining moisture, but were doing well. After applying this mulch under my plants, I noticed specks of blue in the planting areas. Upon closer inspection, I found that the blue specks were PAINTED wood. That's right, this "organic" mulch contained PAINTED wood. Somehow I doubt that it's organic paint. And to top it off, within a few days of laying this mulch down, some of the smaller plants (which had all been doing well), started to yellow. While I can't be sure it was this mulch that caused my plants the problem, I can say that the only change I made was adding this Kellogg's garbage mulch that clearly contains non-organic and potentially toxic materials. I will be writing the company directly. I recommend looking elsewhere for your mulch. You'd probably be better off putting some old wood furniture through a wood chipper- same quality as this stuff and won't cost you anything.
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                  Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertJun 18, 2020
                  We are sorry to read about your experience. Finding any kind of foreign material is not acceptable. We will have someone contact you to get additional information. KelloggGardenProducts
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