Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil vs. Top Soil

Scotts® Associate Emily explains the differences between Garden Soil and Top Soil and demonstrates how they can be used.

How to Use: For planting individual plants. Dig a hole twice as wide as the container/rootball. Blend garden soil with native soil in a 50:50 ratio. For amending beds, apply a 3 inch layer and work into the top 6 inches of the soil. Plant seeds or live plants following specific package or plant tag instructions. Water thoroughly after planting then daily until plants are well established.

When to Apply: Apply when planting flowers, vegetables and herbs outdoors (not in containers), or when preparing soil in outdoor gardens and landscape beds.

How often to apply: Amend in-ground gardens annually mixing 50/50 with existing soil.

Where to Use: Use for in-ground gardens.

Associated Plants: For use with all annuals, perennials and vegetables.

Benefits: Enriched with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food to help get plants off to a great start and feed up to 3 months. A complete garden soil for outdoor, in-ground use. Ideal for annuals, perennials and all types of vegetables. Water-absorbent formula helps keep young plants from drying out. Improves existing soil to build strong roots. Contains rich organic ingredients, sphagnum peat moss and manure to improve soil condition and control moisture.

Stop into your local Hardware Hank and ask your local expert for details.

You can also stop by Scotts® website or Facebook to learn more tips and tricks.

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