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Model # 72259120

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Miracle-Gro

Nature's Care 1.5 cu. ft. Raised Bed Soil

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Product Overview

Plants in a raised bed rely on you to tuck them in just right. Miracle-Gro Nature’s Care Organic Raised Bed Soil is specifically formulated with rich organic matter and high-quality nutrients that help give your bedded fruits, veggies and flowers what they need with no mixing required. Doesn’t it feel good to treat your plants right.

Product Overview

Model #: 72259120
Sku #: 1001091673
Internet #: 206667302

Plants in a raised bed rely on you to tuck them in just right. Miracle-Gro Nature’s Care Organic Raised Bed Soil is specifically formulated with rich organic matter and high-quality nutrients that help give your bedded fruits, veggies and flowers what they need with no mixing required. Doesn’t it feel good to treat your plants right.

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Price
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Ratings (393) (385) (19)
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Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
1.5
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Type
Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
1.5
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Type
Garden

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

Questions & Answers

Is this good to plant tomatoes seeds directly into this product?

Is this good to plant tomatoes seeds directly into this product?
Asked by: Hoppy
Tomato seeds grow best in seed starter soil . Start the seeds indoors around mid March so they should be big enough to plant outside in May (6-8 weeks). Then plant the plants directly into this product. After 2 weeks and every two weeks thereafter fertilizer with Miracle grow. You'll get great tomatoes. PS If you have some ground up egg shells put a tablespoon in the hole when you you put the plants out side. Good luck
Answered by: ronco1414
Date published: 2019-04-26

Is it safe for pets?

Asked by: Kathy
Yes
Answered by: MJK
Date published: 2019-04-25

What is the shelf life of this and how to determine the exact date?

Asked by: Liz
Thank you for inquiring about Nature's Care Organic Raised Bed Soil. This product does not have a shelf life. Please feel free to contact us at 877-220-3089 if you have other questions.
Answered by: ScottsCustomerCare
Date published: 2019-05-14

Are these good for strawberries?

Are these good for strawberries?
Asked by: Vince
Based on my experience and numerous bad reviews, I would not recommend it and return it to Home Depot if you already purchased it. It is dead soil.
Answered by: Bob
Date published: 2019-03-26
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Customer Reviews

Nature's Care 1.5 cu. ft. Raised Bed Soil is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 393.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Inconsistent soil quality. 3 stars because even the bad soil is ok it can be a little sandy but ... Inconsistent soil quality. 3 stars because even the bad soil is ok it can be a little sandy but it will still produce. The good bags will have a really dark rich looking soil that seems to work wonders. Been using this soil for 3yrs now expanding my raised garden bed every year.
Date published: 2019-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Purchased a bag to plant seeds in six packs in early January for planting in March. I planted a ... Purchased a bag to plant seeds in six packs in early January for planting in March. I planted a large variety of seeds in about 30 six packs. As the seeds germinated, I noticed the plants languished. I thought possibly they need to be transplanted into larger containers. I transplanted them in plastic coffee cups using this soil in three and my compost soil for the other three. Those in the compost soil thrived immediately whereas those in this raised garden soil continued to perform poorly. At planting time, compost raised plants were three to four times larger than those in this soil. After planting, most of those in this soil died while the compost soil plants are thriving. There is something seriously wrong with this soil. I do not recommend using it if you want a performing garden.
Date published: 2019-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from When I opened these bags the contents were moldy. ... When I opened these bags the contents were moldy. Not trusting that for immediate planting, I spread out in raised bed and let it set in place for three days to dry out before planting seedlings. Meanwhile infestation of fungus gnats to deal with. (In the bag, unused soil). Will not buy again.
Date published: 2019-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not waste your money on this product. Do not waste your time with this premixed soil for raised beds. I thought I would save some time with my raised bed garden, but ended up wasting time and money. After a week of planting I noticed the majority of my fruits and vegetables turning yellow and leaves drying up. I decided to have the soil test and the results are listed below in ppm. ph 6.65 high phosphorus 166.94 very high potassium 1,538.15 very high calcium 4,185.43 very high magnesium 1,057.23 very high sodium 379.71 Excessive sulfur 64.59 high copper 7.20 high zinc 36.73 high In my opinion the excessive sodium content hast prevented the plants from absorbing the water needed not only to thrive, but survive. Even after I received the soil test results, I decided to give the plants a chance. After a few weeks I am steadily losing leaves and stalks/vines. The majority of the plants do not seem to be growing but, to be fair in my review my creole tomatoes and strawberries seem to be growing. It looks as if my plants are going through a drought.
Date published: 2015-05-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from toxins included - complete and utter bag of rubish - i bought one bag of miracle gro and had no p... toxins included - complete and utter bag of rubish - i bought one bag of miracle gro and had no problems. i was at a competitors and picked up what they had there, Harvest Organics soil. i needed more soil so i went to get more miracle gro soil at Home Depot it was closer and it was slightly cheaper. i bought six bags this time. what an enormous mistake besides all the tree branches, yes big sticks. i found 4 different types of plastic, hard plastic, red rigid plastic, soft plastic with and without writing on it, and the kicker for this review.. a piece of metal, tin or aluminum best guess. how is that organic!? or healthy? aluminum and pba toxins! the wood pieces also had a bunch of white dots on it not sure what that was. needless to say all six bags are going back. going with harvest organics it was top notch no plastic, metal, or branches i would gladly pay double the price for harvest organics, (it was 51 cents more). save your time and trouble and skip miracle gro organic soil. miracle gro must go to the trash dump and get this for free or the dump pays them to take it!
Date published: 2018-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased several bags of this soil for my raised bed about two weeks ago. I also bought 3 pac... I purchased several bags of this soil for my raised bed about two weeks ago. I also bought 3 packs of beautiful, healthy marigolds from Home Depot 5 days ago. I was so excited after planting these and my tomato plants. However, I kid you not, I came out the next morning to find several of the marigolds starting to shrivel. At the 5-day mark, maybe 4 of the 18 appear like they might survive - the rest are dead. Now, I’m crossing my fingers that the tomatoes don’t suffer the same fate. I may not be the most experienced gardener, but there is no way I caused them to wilt in one day, other than making the poor decision to trust the Miracle-Gro name (and the literal drawing of a marigold on the packaging) and to purchase this awful soil. So bummed.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware - full of garbage! I bought this product for my daughter who was very excited about starting her first organic raised bed garden. She is very conscious of environmental issues and when she built her garden with this dirt, which she lovingly arranged with her hands, it was full of garbage. It had pieces of hard plastic and plastic bags and wrappers, and broken glass. She was lucky not to get cut and she was terribly disappointed about the beautiful and healthy garden she had in mind. We had lost the receipt and couldn't return the extra bags to the store, so we put them in our alley with a sign that said "please take for free".
Date published: 2019-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just use compost Here is a letter that I just wrote to Miracle-Gro " To whom this may concern, Two weeks ago I purchased 6 bags of Nature’s Care organic garden for some no-till vegetable beds. I dumped out all 6 bags and spread 9in to a foot in depth. Two days later my zucchini and cucumber plants had perished. Upon looking at the “soil” I noticed it appeared to be just composted wood chips and peat moss. I did have some trouble wetting the soil but I’m assuming that is due to the large amount of dry peat moss in the mix. I stuck my hand down in the soil and it was very hot, almost as if the mix was still composting. Checking this afternoon I did also notice a very large number of weeds etc in the mix. Please see attached photo "
Date published: 2016-06-08
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