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Nature's Care 1.5 cu. ft. Organic Garden Soil

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Nature's Care Organic Garden Soil - Life in the garden begins with the soil - it's the essential root of it all. High-quality ingredients, like rich organic matter, store water and nutrients used by your plants. Nature's Care Organic Garden Soil gives fruits, vegetables and flowers a happy and nutritious start. Can you dig it.
  • Grow big, beautiful blooms and buds naturally
  • For in-ground fruits, vegetables and flowers
  • OMRI listed for organic use
  • For every 6 in. of native soil, thoroughly mix in 3 in. of Nature's Care organic garden soil
  • OMRI Listed



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Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)1.5 cu ftOrganicYes
Soil MatterOrganicSoil TypeGarden

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Mulch and Soil Council CertifiedYes

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very nice soil
This is a great garden soil. It has a deep, rich, color, and smells of the earth. Kind of a silly thing to say about soil, but I've purchased soils that don't before. It holds water well, and has lots of organic material in it. The only thing I'd worry about is that it has fertilizer in it (likely Miracle Gro) which might not match up with everything you're planting. If you're going to use this in a veggie garden or flower bed this will be fantastic.
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No trash and minimal sticks
I'm using this soil to grow flowers in a new garden bed that I built. One of the major complaints that I have with most packaged soil is the junk that you find inside of it, namely pieces of plastic, trash bits and sticks. While I only have one bag of this product, I didn't find any plastic or trash. There are some sticks but nothing like I've seen in competitor's products. As far as lumps go, there are a few, but that's to be expected. They broke up easily, unlike another brand that I've tried. I haven't run into any issues with weeds. It's only been about a week and a half since I planted my bulbs with this soil so it's a little too early to see if this will be an issue. So far so good. The color of the soil has stayed dark, even between watering, so I'm hoping this will aid me in growing some great flowers.
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Garden time!
Spring time! Time to start the garden. I have a raised bed garden. This year, I added an additional level to it and had to fill it so I got a bag of Nature's Care Organic Soil. The 1.5 Cubic feet worked out perfectly. I topped it off with some potting soil and planted herbs and smaller stuff. I am confident I will get a good haul from my garden this year!
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Very Good Garden Soil!
The Miracle Gro Nature's Care Organic Garden Soil is of high quality. The soil has a rich dark color and a fine good texture. I used it to supplement the soil in my flower beds. The product promises to retain hydration for an extended period of time and that does actually seem to work. I can't wait to plant my spring flowers in it next weekend. I recommend this product.
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Good Quality Organic Soil
Fall is tree planting season. But before I plant anything, I like to prepare the soil to give my tree the most optimal environment to grow and develop. Where I live, the soil is heavy clay. Clay is hard when dry and won't drain well when too much moisture--guaranty a death sentence to your plants. To resolve this issue I used Nature's Care Organic Garden Soil. I dug a large hole, about 3 feet deep and excavated all the hard clay soil. I then add the Nature's Care Organic Garden Soil to fill up the hole. I like this brand of soil for several reasons. It contains good amount of peat moss to help retain moisture and perilite for drainage. It also contains some organic material for fertilizer. You always want to pay attention to the color of the soil. It should be rich dark (black) without any foul odor. The soil is perfect for trees and plants that like moisture. I live in California, water retention is the most important. In term of drainage, however, it can use a bit more perilite to facilitate drainage. and lighten the soil. Overall, it's a good soil for planting trees or preparing a garden bed.
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Rich looking garden soil
Although I haven't planted anything in this garden soil yet, it looks really rich. I did go through a whole bag when filling a new planter and also topping off several older planters. I came across 2 small twigs in the bag and nothing else but soil...so it is pretty clean dirt. I've mixed in some potting soil to lighten the mix a little because these are container gardens.
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Misleading name…
I grow my vegetables organically. When I opened the bag, I was looking at one of the most beautiful gardening soil: close to black color, mildly moist and lightweight, finely crumbling in hand. (See pic.4) Gardener's dream. I put it as a fertilizer around my tomatoes plants. But then I started reading info on the back of the bag. Ingredients (see pic.2): common for all states are compost and poultry litter. The unidentified compost ingredients can have traces of synthetic fertilizers and Roundup, plants treated with pesticides, traces of GMO produce and so on. Nitrogen is delivered from poultry litter. Because there is not said, that poultry litter is coming from organically raised poultry, it is obviously coming from CAFO (factory farms) – serious environmental polluters. Poultry there is treated with hormones, still probably with some amount of antibiotics. The poultry feed is mostly GMO products and it is not unusual to have a little arsenic added to their feed. What goes into the animal, also comes out and then became part of this soil. This is a NO NO for my organic vegetable garden. This soil although made from organic materials is not actually organic in real organic gardening meaning. However the soil is great for growing flowers and ornamental shrubs. On the back of the bag is instruction how to use the soil (pic 1) and simple calculation for your soil need. Pic 3 also provides info about Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back and Disclaimer and Limited Liability. This morning I scraped all this “organic soil” of my tomatoes and I enriched with it my Japanese grass and planted in it daffodil bulbs. Because of its confusing name I give to it only 4 stars.
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Deeply rich soil
Fantastically rich looking garden soil. The first thing I did was search through this soil looking for wood shavings, bark or other signs of wood filler or fibrous material and found NONE. I also pinched between my fingers to try and detect sand and again found none. While the soil was slightly moist it was loose and fine. Sure it had some lumps but they broke up easily. None of those lumps were clay or showed signs of having clay in them. It smells rich and not rotten. I wish my whole garden was like this soil. Only time will tell just how rich it really is for plants. Photo is a handful of this soil on a 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper. You get your hands into it and they get really, really dirty. Good news is it washer off easily.
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Like to have organic
always good every once in a while to mix in some organic- especially with old soil which has a lot clay and is fairly dense - as well - there just seems to be this salty looking crust. - strating to pull out some old grass and get it conditioned for some shrubs or other type of plant
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First time using product So far Seems good...
First time using product So far Seems good
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