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3 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 native soil found in your in-ground garden bed. Our special blend with aged wood fines looks different than conventional peat-based soil mixes, but perfectly formulated for in-ground planting of flowers and vegetables. HOW TO USE: Mix 50:50 with the native soil in your garden for in-ground planting only (no containers). All Natural Garden Soil helps reduce soil compaction and retain moisture, reducing the need for frequent watering. Wood fines also attract beneficial soil microbes which aid your plant’s resistance to pests and disease, promoting lush plant growth. And don’t forget to add an organic fertilizer for slow-release of nutrients throughout the growing season.
  • 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.es are dry
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Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
3
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Matter
Organic
Soil Type
Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

Questions & Answers

34Questions37Answers

How can I cancel purchase of pick up items?

Asked by BJ March 17, 2021
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Online ordering

can I fit four of these into a Ford Focus?

Asked by Stan February 6, 2021
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Yes

Can I use this product to mix with Kellogg Amend since they have different beneficial ingredients...

Asked by qtboston October 15, 2020
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I mixed In a bunch of steer manure.

I stored an already-opened bag in our shed, with the bag opening closed. A couple weeks later, I ...

Asked by TLGHS September 30, 2020
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that's nature, your soil is just fine. Mix it into your soil and all will be fine.

I have a large area 920sq ft hard clay what can I use to get it ready to plant a garden

Asked by Ruday1946 August 20, 2020
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Till 3 bails into your soil. Then use Kellogg Garden Organics on top of the soil around your plants to maintain moisture and control weeds.

Is this soil good for citrus trees (orange tree)

Asked by William August 16, 2020
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Yes

I read the answer to Glenn's question about using the blend by itself. My local soil is very high...

Asked by claysoil August 13, 2020
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I used it mixed with my homemade compost.

Does this soil mix contain biosolids or composted sewage sludge?

Asked by Stone July 17, 2020
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Not that I could tell from the label. I will tell you what it really was like was a bunch of dead sticks.

Does this contain fertilizer? I am making a tortoise enclosure and I need the soil to be Organic ...

Asked by JJ11 July 13, 2020
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I bought several bags and cannot say it's organic. There was clearly painted wood in the mulch in two of the bags. I would buy another product.

what different with Amend and Gromulch?

Asked by Vincent June 25, 2020
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The amend is more of a product to work into the existing soil to increase fertility and drainage, and the growmulch is intended more as a top dressing.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 1,218 reviews
  • 66% recommend this product
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Not only does this product contain rubbish like paint chips and plastic, it is nearly all wood ch...
Not only does this product contain rubbish like paint chips and plastic, it is nearly all wood chips which have no nutrient value when not composted. It looks like landfill drop off materials which could contain lead, mercury or other toxins. In some areas, people burned their garbage in their yard for decades.
by Don
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertApr 7, 2021
Thank you for your feedback We will have someone contact you to get additional information regarding your experience. KelloggGardenProducts
Kellogg Garden Organics is the best way I have found to kick my rose bushes into spring. Some...
Kellogg Garden Organics is the best way I have found to kick my rose bushes into spring. Some epsonsalt and molasses mixture and cover the soil around the base of the bush,stand back and enjoy. Kellogg Garden Organics,water,a little loving care,your garden in general will benefit.
by Andy
Contains "All Natural" Garbage
Contains just the right amount of shredded plastic and painted wood chips to give your garden that needed boost! Disappointed my bag did not contain any glass as mentioned in earlier review.
by JF
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMar 20, 2021
We will have someone contact you to get more information regarding your experience. Finding foreign debris in any of our soils is not acceptable. KelloggGardenProducts
1 person found this helpful
Painted wood chips in mulch
So this product is basically just wood chips, and my bag was filled with wood chips that had blue paint on them... also found small pieces of plastic.. very disappointed as I found the same garbage in Kellogg’s other raised garden bed bag as well. Pretty sure they’re using city green trash bins and trying to rebrand it as organic mulch... it’s trash.
by FarmerJoe
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMar 5, 2021
Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to read about your experience and will have someone contact you to get more information so we can investigate the source of foreign debris found in the product you purchased. KelloggGardenProducts
This is not “soil”
I trust the Kellogg products so well that I did not read the reviews before asking my contractor to buy>20 bags of this garden “soil”. It is more like small mulch wood chips as some other reviewers said. Not sure if my vegetables can grow well in it. I should have bought the blue/yellow bagged Kellogg garden soil that I used in my old bed.
by HJ
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertMar 1, 2021
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. KelloggGardenProducts
2 people found this helpful
Stay away
They forgot to list glass and paint on the ingredients... Lead for anything edible stay away from the brand seriously blows my mind how this company (Kellogg) can let this product be sold ...
by Bern
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertFeb 25, 2021
We are sorry to read about your experience. Finding any foreign debris is not acceptable. We will have someone contact you to get additional information. KelloggGardenProducts
2 people found this helpful
slightly contaminated fine wood pieces
I bought 12 bags across 2 home depots. They were made Aug-Dec 2020. They were highly compressed (not a problem since it's better value), and many were full of white mold inside (so should probably wear a mask). I would say each bag had ~20-30 small pieces of either painted wood or plastics (pieces of bag or hard plastic). I noticed this because I sifted through each bag by had to decompress the chunks. Overall I think it's still a good value since I have high clay content soil so it should break down nicely as I slowly mix it into the soil. I also liked the fact that they were 3cu ft bags instead of 2. I would give it 5 stars if it were not so persistently contaminated with plastics and painted wood. It better have been latex paint at least! Unfortunately in my picture I wasn't able to include a piece of the plastic bag I found in the soil as it flew away. I don't think they should be labeled organic though as the problem was so persistent across multiple bags that they have a fundamental contamination problem.
by amohr
2 people found this helpful
Good for all kinds of growing. Plenty of organic matter and nice fertile compost. My plants are e...
Good for all kinds of growing. Plenty of organic matter and nice fertile compost. My plants are establishing and growing nicely in it.
by Keebler
1 person found this helpful
Too coarse and insufficiently aged
This was like sowing seeds into slightly smaller mulch wood chips. The majority of the bag were wood chips resulting in a very coarse texture. If you have clay soil and need something to mix into it to loosen it this may work for you. If you are looking to sow seeds or fill a garden bed with this I would not recommend it.
by Fleurisse
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertDec 16, 2020
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 peat-based soil mixes. Organic soil mixes tend to have a low NPK. We like to recommend adding an organic granular fertilizer at the time of planting to provide a slow release of nutrients since these get used up by the plant over time. Edibles for example, are heavy feeders and will not produce a very good crop without adding nutrients through the growing season. Doing so will ensure consistent plant growth and yield. Apply every 5-6 weeks during the growing season. Supplement the granular fertilizer with an organic liquid fertilizer like Fish & Kelp every 2-3 weeks with your regular watering routine. This provides more immediate, plant-available nutrients. Using these two fertilizers in combination will yield the best results! KelloggGardenProducts
2 people found this helpful
I've put bags and bags and bags of this into my clayey soil over the last 2-3 years. The plants l...
I've put bags and bags and bags of this into my clayey soil over the last 2-3 years. The plants love it, the worms love it, I love it. The winter squash went bonkers!
by gardeneclectic
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