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Model # 50055100

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Timberline

1.5 cu. ft. Soil Conditioner

  • Ideal for vegetable gardens with sandy soils or dense clay
  • A simple way to aerate and add moisture to dense soils
  • The mulch & top soil calculator will determine how much you need
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Product Overview

  • Ideal for vegetable gardens with sandy soils or dense clay
  • A simple way to aerate and add moisture to dense soils
  • The mulch & top soil calculator will determine how much you need
Timberline Soil Conditioner helps retain soil moisture and reduces the need to water as often. Made from aged pine barks fines and soil additives, Soil Conditioner is especially beneficial for vegetable and flower gardens with sandy or heavy clay soils. It will help retain moisture, aerate soil for better drainage and it works well for container gardening.
  • Helps retain moisture
  • Reduces the need to water as often
  • Enhances condition of soil
  • Aerates soil for better growing
  • Great for top dressing flower beds

Product Overview

  • Ideal for vegetable gardens with sandy soils or dense clay
  • A simple way to aerate and add moisture to dense soils
  • The mulch & top soil calculator will determine how much you need
Model #: 50055100
Sku #: 296449
Internet #: 203732162

Timberline Soil Conditioner helps retain soil moisture and reduces the need to water as often. Made from aged pine barks fines and soil additives, Soil Conditioner is especially beneficial for vegetable and flower gardens with sandy or heavy clay soils. It will help retain moisture, aerate soil for better drainage and it works well for container gardening.

  • Helps retain moisture
  • Reduces the need to water as often
  • Enhances condition of soil
  • Aerates soil for better growing
  • Great for top dressing flower beds

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Ratings (227) (227) (29)
Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.) 2 .31 .5 cu ft
Soil Amendment Type Soil Conditioner Soil Conditioner Soil Conditioner
Organic Yes Yes Yes
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Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
1.5 cu ft
Organic
Yes
Soil Amendment Type
Soil Conditioner

Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
1.5 cu ft
Organic
Yes
Soil Amendment Type
Soil Conditioner

Questions & Answers

Is this soil conditioner good for day lilies ???

Asked by: Fritzy
Daylilies don't need soilconditioner. You would do much better if you add bone meal. You can add some regular garden soil but the main thing is add mulch around them too. They really don't need A lot of soil nutrients .
Answered by: Gabby
Date published: 2019-03-17

The description does not give details regarding contents. What is the composition?

Asked by: Cc
It's like a fine chip mulch. I use at the bottom of holes that I dig for plants in clay to absorb moisture and sometimes around the top like a mulch.
Answered by: Gale
Date published: 2019-04-04

how much does this weigh?

Asked by: Curious
it weighs about 25lbs per bag. Much lighter than Top soil bags.
Answered by: Kary
Date published: 2018-10-30

Is this the same as using cow manure or is ot better to mix with manure or peat moss?

Asked by: Joe
It is definitely NOT the same. Look at the ingredients where you live, here in GA. it is made from ground up "fine" pines. If you are planting trees or bushes in the ground I like to mix this with cow manure (around a 50/50 mix with probably more cow manure) and work in some earthworm castings to break-up our clay soil and add organic nutrients.
Answered by: GardenGal
Date published: 2019-03-09
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Customer Reviews

1.5 cu. ft. Soil Conditioner is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In Georgia pines trees grow almost like weeds. Purchased several bags of this soil conditioner in... In Georgia pines trees grow almost like weeds. Purchased several bags of this soil conditioner in the last 30 days. All were fine pines (actually pretty fluffy!) with no big sticks or chunks. Combined a bag with black kow cow manure and some seed starter to break up (replace more like it) the clay soil here in order to transplant a few small trees and bushes. If using this in containers would recommend using mostly potting soil and then mix in some of this (don't do it on a breezy day) and organic fertilizer like Espoma. Also like to add some Earthworm-Castings whether container planting or in-ground. I see folks all the time that buy pretty expensive plants then stick them in clay soil and wonder why they end up looking awful even though they water them and maybe sprang for some miracle gro fertilizer. Well it's because when clay gets wet it's similar to cement... how is a plant going to grow if it's stuck? Breaking up the soil by adding compost, manure, organic fertilizers & conditioners like this enables plants to spread their roots and soak up the necessary nutrients so they can survive & thrive. Investing in great soil is just as important as the location you place your plants and providing the proper care. Ideal planting soil is loose and fertile with organic nutrients, and container ones should have a fluffy quality to it. Do wear gloves when gardening folks... there is bacteria in both dirt and commercial soils. And never use any fresh manure. Just my two cents. BTW: Uploaded a photo of one of our Japanese Maples we planted a year ago. Can you imagine planting one of these in hard clay soil? Trust me it would have never looked like this last summer if we hadn't removed a lot of the clay and enriched it with some black kow manure and a soil conditioner when we planted it several months earlier. Great soil is a BIG secret to gardening success!
Date published: 2019-03-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great resource for a bark based potting mix. The only issue is there is a lot of sap wo... This is a great resource for a bark based potting mix. The only issue is there is a lot of sap wood, that could cause competition for nitrogen. Still recommend this product though.
Date published: 2019-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for flower beds and even better when mixed with... Excellent for flower beds and even better when mixed with Top Soil by Timberline
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 star already put it down in our gardens and pots 5 star already put it down in our gardens and pots
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product ... Excellent Product
Date published: 2019-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I need for my container soil mix! I've been a long time fan of a container soil mix called Al's 5-1-1 (do a web search and you'll find out about it), but the sticking point for me has always been finding the pine bark fines that compose the biggest proportion of the mix. In the past I've had to buy mini pine bark and run it through a sieve to get the proper size for my soil mix. I was so thrilled to finally find a local source at Home Depot. This "Soil Conditioner" is actually ground pine fines, exactly what I need. The size is just right, so I just take 5 parts of the conditioner, and add 1 part sphagnum peat and 1 part Perlite, plus a few nutrients. I'll still run it through a sieve, but the amount of waste will be greatly reduced. Very happy with the purchase.
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is not a soil or compost but an amendment Soil amendment is not a soil or compost. This product is to be mixed with the clay or sand or whatever type of soil you've dug up. You mix this product with the soil that you dug out for your plant and then put that mix back in the hole around the plant. This product breaks down quickly helping to break up the clay and adding bulk to sand. I'm a landscape and garden designer and highly recommend this product. I use it all the time.
Date published: 2017-06-22
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