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  • Redwood Soil?

    What would be a good soil to keep my very small 1 inch Coast and Dawn and Giant Sequoias in? Would it be something like regular potting soil, vermiculite, or peat or something else? What soil should I keep them in? Right now I have my Blue Spruce in regualr… More

  • Dry soil

    Hello, I have a raised garden and I purchased soil from a company in Maryland that specializes in top soil. The soil is called LeafGro. For the last 3-4 weeks, it had been raining regularly but my soil looks like I live in the desert. One picture shows my garden… More

  • Redwood Soil?

    What would be a good soil to keep my very small 1 inch Coast and Dawn and Giant Sequoias in? Would it be something like regular potting soil, vermiculite, or peat or something else? What soil should I keep them in? Right now I have my Blue Spruce in regular… More

  • Sterile soil?

    ...instructions regarding gardening require "sterile soil". I may not be using the right word, but they usually are referring to a soil that doesn't have any germs. I'm just wondering if this is silly or if I should expect the gardening police at my… More

  • Redwood Soil?

    What would be a good soil to keep my very small 1 inch Coast and Dawn and Giant Sequoias in? Would it be something like regular potting soil, vermiculite, or peat or something else? What soil should I keep them in? More

  • Help with my soil stain please!

    ... it inside (bad idea) and I accidentally got some soil on the floor. What is the best method to get this soil stain out of the carpet? Thank you for any suggestions. More

  • Gold soil?

    ...rayer plant and ivy, I noticed gold flecks in the soil. No kidding. The soil was a bit vermiculite, so I don't know if that had anything to do with it. Had been in that pot for quite some time.. over a year or two. Anyone know… More

  • Soil Fertility Test "Found This"

    QUICKLY TEST YOUR soil FERTILITY COUNT EARTHWORMS It sounds crazy, but by knowing how many earthworms are in your garden soil, you can quickly estimate your soil fertility. The best time to check for earthworm activity is in the spring when the soil temperature has risen to a minimum of… More

  • coconut tree soil

    ... place the coconut about 1/3 submerged into sandy soil. My question is, can anyone be a little more specific as far as the soil requirements for… More

  • Pond Soil???

    WHO KNOW WHAT POND soil IS!:eek: :eek: Im told I need to use "pond soil" how does it differ from any other soil.? Has anyone make it How can I make it ? Im dying of curiousity:eek: :eek: :confused: THANK YOU !:D Kale:) More

  • manure or pot soil?

    is there another way to soften my soil besides manure? i'm worried about bugs and smell. does pot soil soften hard soil like manure? More

  • should have read soil

    oops sorry :) More

  • hard soil?

    i have hard soil. i looked up the soil requirements for periwinkles and wedelias. both accept all kinds of soil. will these plants grow through this rock like soil? or do i really need to fix my soil? More

  • Adding lime to soil, help!

    ...eens with its fallen needles can create an acidic soil? I also get alot of rain here in Vancouver and was wondering if lime would be a good idea… More

  • Does Peat make soil more acidic?

    I've been reading about preparing the soil for planting blueberry bushes. The general recommendation seems to be to use 1/2 peat and 1/2 topsoil/potting soil. The suggested ph is 4.5. Is the peat itself acidic? Would I need anything else to make the soil more acidic if I were to… More

  • Top Soil question

    My husband just bought me two bags of top soil to start up the garden in the front yard. The question I had before I put it down was that if I had a neutral pH top soil, will it eventually become the same pH as the ground underneath it?… More

  • My Soil Needs To Be More Acidic!

    Hi Everyone. What can I add to my sandy soil to make it a little bit more acidic? I tested the Ph and it is at 7.0. I am plantng Wax Myrtles and want them to be in the best soil but when I read up about them I learned… More

  • Rose soil help needed please

    ...hrub roses and glandflora roses. I mixed into the soil a good deal of peat moss, garden nutrient soil, mulch and topped it off with disease killer/rose food pellets. It looks like the bottom of the leaves towards the root on the shrub roses are… More

  • BAD soil help needed

    ...have an easy way for me to deal with my very poor soil conditions. I have been envisioning years of hard labor to get my soil in better shape, and thought someone here might have a "short cut" of some sort for me. We… More

  • Potting soil what to do with the used soil?

    ... my perennials as needed with Miracle Gro potting soil and use the same for annuals. So, I've been dumping the "used" soil in one large pile, and now I have a wheelbarrow full of dirt! :confused: haha! My question is - what should I do with all… More

  • where do you get your soil?

    ...are going to be raised, where do you guys buy the soil? I… More

  • Who Knows Soil??

    ...12'x3'x1') for vegetables. I need to fill it with soil, but unsure what to buy at my local box store. Seems like I have choices ranging from: Potting soil,… More

  • Container Soil Sample Back " I Need Help"

    ...ium __Low __Medium __Adequate __High _x_Very High Soil pH 7.0 Buffer pH 7.9 Sulfur _x_very… More

  • Oyster shell "mulch" effect on soil ph

    I live in a region that has an abundance of oyster shells, and pine straw. We've recently re-designed the garden of our new home for a more tropical look; palms, bird-of-paradise, agapanthus, heliconias, etc. In the previous home, pine straw was obviously the mulch of choice because of the many… More