Tired of lugging around heavy bags of potting soil? Our lightweight compressed potting soil expands up to 7
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MORE ABOUT YOUR LITTLE BIG BAG…
- Feeds plants for months
- Big results from a small bag
- Takes up less room in the shed
- Needs less watering than regular soil
- Used by professional and home gardeners alike
- Holds up to 50% more water than regular potting soil
- Creates a haven of nourishment & oxygen for hungry roots
- Perfect for raised beds, pots, containers or mixing with existing soil
HOW DO I MIX THIS?
2lbs of our special compressed potting plant mix of coconut coir & worm castings makes 3 gallons of potting
soil. Using a ratio of 3 parts water to 1 part soil, will result in 7 times the volume!
DO I NEED TO ADD MORE SOIL?
This organic potting soil can be mixed with regular garden soil or used alone. The mixture of trace minerals
and beneficial bacteria gives your plants, flowers and veggies a real boost. This nourishing feed can see them
grow much bigger and happier.
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asked. Click Add to Cart now to lighten the load for growing BIG plants.
✔ A LITTLE DOES A LOT… your little BIG bag of compressed organic potting soil that expands to 7 times the size when mixed with water; easy to carry & saves vital shed space
✔ NOURISH & SEE THEM FLOURISH… this concentrated super soil feeds your plants for months & makes them grow up to 3 x bigger!
✔ RAPID HYDRATION…works super-fast at getting water & air to thirsty roots; holds 50% more water than regular soil, making it perfect for raised veg gardens & flower beds
✔ A NON-TOXIC TONIC… 100% natural ground coconut coir, worm castings & beneficial bacteria to give your garden soil and plants a super-boost
✔ ORGANIC & BIODEGRADABLE… garden, pet & children friendly potting soil supplement that will help your veg and salads taste better and be far healthier for you than chemical-based feeds