Raised Bed Soil, 1.5-Cu. Ft.
Raised Bed Soil, 1.5-Cu. Ft.
Raised Bed Soil, 1.5-Cu. Ft. is rated out of 5 by 234.
Miracle-Gro Raised Bed Soil 1.5cf Grows Bigger More Bountiful Plants/For Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers & Herbs/100% Organic/No Mixing/Easy-to-Carry Shape
- Grows Bigger More Bountiful Plants
- For Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers & Herbs
- 100% Organic/No Mixing/Easy-to-Carry Shape
|Country of Origin||US|
|Manufacturer Name||SCOTTS GROWING MEDIA|
Rated 5 out of 5 by WVKristy from Worked great for me! So many bad reviews, but I purchased many bags in 2022 and it was fantastic! Quality was great! Maybe the quality control problems have been fixed? I sure hope so, since I've been recommending this product to other family members.
Date published: 2023-03-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by cher from glass and plastic in soil I have used other Miracle Pro bagged soils for years and have been happy with the product. We recently filled a raised box bed with Miracle Pro for raised beds. Glad I had gloves on when I was making the holes to plant seeds into because I found glass bits. Then I started looking closer and found garbage bag fragments and other plastic bits.
Date published: 2022-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jessica from Test the PH! I bought this soil for new raised garden beds in 2022 even though it was more expensive than competitors. Since it was marketed to raised beds with a lovely illustration on the packaging, I thought it would be good for my first try at having a raised planter bed instead of an in-ground garden. I transplanted very lovely tomato and pepper plants into the boxes and also tried to start a container breed of cucumber and salad herbs. At first my plants didn't seem to grow and eventually they started turning sickly. I thought I was a really bad gardener until I came across a Soil Test Kit. I started with the PH test and found that the soil is returning a very purple color which is indicating the soil is too basic (somewhere in the 9-11 shade). Most of my plants are listed as needing to be in the 6.0-7.0 range. If you are a beginner gardener and do not know how to add soil additives to correct the PH, I would recommend avoiding this soil!!
Date published: 2022-08-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ed 76 from Don’t Buy I bought this product this year, 4 bags add to the soil, Each bag had plastic, large wood pieces, the first time I had major problems with my tomato plants. It had everything but soil in it. Terrible cheap product disguised as a premium product and organic.
Date published: 2022-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by DebWHNP from Awful!!! I bought nice, deep raised beds and filled them with this crap!!! I have now spent hundreds more $ amending it because all my plants were showing signs of nutrient deficiencies. After adding worm castings from a local bulk place and weekly amendments with liquid organic kelp fertilizer as well as other organic soil from Fox, my plants are starting to turn green and grow. I, too, have found plastic in my soil. Disgusted with this company!I will never buy another miracle grow product!!!
Date published: 2022-07-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by MZdziebko from Waste of money I purchased several bags for my raised garden thinking it would work as well as MG potting soil that I would normally use with wonderful results. I am sad to say that MG raised bed soil is a non performer. My plants are not thriving in this soil. I am disappointed. I cannot recommend this product and next year I’ll be going back to MG potting soil. It is what it is, not very good.
Date published: 2022-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by BarbaJean from Surprisingly Poor Quality I bought this about a month ago to supplement the MiracleGro Moisture Control Potting Mix that is not specifically for vegetable gardening. The two types of soil replaced in two different raise beds. These beds had no contact with the ground. In every bed containing the raised bed soil I found more weeds and grasses than I’ve ever seen in one of my raised beds. I looked in the bag at the soil that was left and saw lots of sprouts on the surface and when I dug down into the bottom they were throughout. It’s actually a little funny because the weeds are growing vigorously while my pepper plants are struggling. Where the weeds come up in with the tomatoes however, the tomatoes are doing OK. As long as I keep pulling up weeds every day. Beds in pots with the moisture control soil don’t have any of those problems. The raised beds are all next to one another and receive therer same sunlight, water, and fertilizer.
Date published: 2022-06-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by kath from Plants not growing In every box I used this mix in, the plants are not growing at all. They are struggling and some look like they might die. Boxes where I used another brand are thriving as are any I planted in my native soil. I would steer anyone away from this mix or really any of your soil mixes. Not worth the risk.
Date published: 2022-06-23
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