|Name||8 Qt. Organic Vermiculite Soil Amendment||7 lb. Epsom Salt||2.25 Qt. Dry Horticultural Organic Charcoal|
|Soil Amendment Type||Soil Conditioner||Soil Conditioner||Soil Conditioner|
|Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)||.31||.5 cu ft|
|Bag Weight (lb.)||7|
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Annie: That could depend on where you live and would be best answered by an associate in the Garden Department at your local Home Depot. If they don't have it in the store you should always be able to order it on line and pick it up at the store. My local Home Depot always seems to have it and if you do a lot of container gardening it's important. 2 Ag teachers taught me to put an inch or two at the bottom of each container to absorb moisture and attract the roots for more stable plants. When you do use it, please remember to cover the drain holes in your pots with a single coffee filter underneath to keep in the pot. I hope that helps, Hank
Tessa: I would refer that to Miracle Grow. They seem to have a soil for every specific need. I hope that helps, Hank
Thank you for your question. Yes, vermiculite can be added to the soil mix for Japanese blueberry. It will add drainage and hold some moisture and nutrients.
I have used it to germ seeds with potting soil. Works well.
This will make an excellent soil amendment for any plant, or tree. It works best if you thoroughly blend this into your soil and I would recommend using equal amounts of perlite and peat moss to go with the vermiculite. Your plants will thank you.
I don't know exactly but its very very light- a small child could carry it
The product is as light as a feather and granular in texture.