Blue Ribbon Blend: Potting Soil for Vegetables & Plants
1.5 cu. ft. (42.5L) bag
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Blue Ribbon Blend: Potting Soil for Vegetables and Plants
1.5 cu. ft. (42.5L) bag
An exceptional potting soil for indoor and outdoor containers.
- Organic premium ingredients—including beneficial mycorrhizae and coir
- For indoor & outdoor use
- Ideal container mix
- Great for raised beds
- Ready to use—no mixing
1.5 CF – Repots 3-4 one gal plants; or 1-2 five gal plants
12 QT – Repots 2-3 four inch plants
pH Range 5.8 – 7.5
Peat moss, recycled forest products, coir, pumice, rice hulls, composted chicken manure, bark fines, hydrolyzed feather meal, dried poultry manure, bat guano, kelp meal, worm castings, alfalfa meal, dolomite & oyster shell limes (as pH adjusters)
Use it with
Best Uses in the Garden
For your raised bed and container gardening.
This premium indoor and outdoor potting mix is ready-to-use, with no mixing required. An excellent potting mix, G&B ORGANICS BLUE RIBBON BLEND features superior water-retaining ingredients like peat moss and coir, reducing the amount of watering needed. This gives you time to enjoy more of your favorite gardening projects or simply relax in the beauty you created in your yard. G&B ORGANICS BLUE RIBBON BLEND contains additional ingredients that plants love, including beneficial mycorrhizae to build strong roots for your plants.
All of our products are listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally G&B Organics Blue Ribbon Blend: Potting Soil for Vegetables and Plants is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally recognized material review organization accredited by the USDA Quality Assessment Division. Every ingredient and every process that goes into making Blue Ribbon Blend: Potting Soil for Vegetables and Plants have been verified 100% compliant for organic use, all the way to the original source.
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