Which soil should I use?
|am starting seeds.||Sprout|
|am potting up a transplant.||Sprout|
|have flower pots and hanging baskets.
|need to fill a new raised bed.||Grow|
|have a large container garden of vegetables.||Grow|
|have newer vegetable beds that need a boost.||Grow|
|tilled a patch of yard for a new bed.||Wendell|
|want to give some love to my yard's existing beds.||Wendell|
|need a slow release organic fertilizer.||Wendell|
|need to pot up my aloe.||House|
|grow organic cannabis in >5 gallon pots.||Bloom|
- Grow is for veggies and flowers in outdoor raised beds or containers larger than 5 gallons.
- Grow is a peat-free bulkier blend with pine bark and 50% compost, plus amendments like kelp, bone and blood meal.
- Sprout is a seed starting and general potting mix.
- Ideally blended for root development and short term nutrients like blood and kelp meal, and 20% compost for soil health.
- Seed-starting in cells, trays, and soil blocks. Pots. Flower pots, planter boxes, hanging baskets, herbs.
- Wendell is organic compost which acts as the foundation for all of our soil blends.
- Compost is high bulk density, meaning it is not an ideal root medium. But as a top dress, it feeds all the beneficial microbes in the soil and acts as a slow release fertilizer throughout the growing season - not to mention a carbon sequester and weed suppressant!
- High tunnels, crop fields, existing garden beds, and as a base layer in raised beds.
- House is formulated for indoor houseplants.
- High drainage to avoid root rot and nematodes to keep the gnats away.
- Bloom is for growing cannabis plants, in veg. and flower.
- Cannabis is a very heavy feeder and requires more nutrients than other plants such as flowers,
- Growing cannabis in 5 gallon pots or larger for water only feeding.