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Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil Bags ONLY $2 at Lowe’s

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Through April 17th, Lowe’s is offering Miracle-Gro 0.75-cubic ft All Purpose Garden Soil for only $2 per bag (regularly $4.28)!

Choose free in-store pick up, if available near you; otherwise, truck delivery prices start around $65 and that kills the deal.

Consider stocking up for any summer gardening plans you may have!

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Where are you seeing the 2$ price? I clicked on the link and it only shows 4.28 even after adding to my cart?

Mine is coming up as 2.00 when I click on link.

Hmm, I still find the $2 price as I click through. Maybe try changing your location. Hoping that helps!

The ad says till the 17th but lowes wouldn’t honor it today

Awesome price! I see it for $2. Will be purchaing. Thank you.

I agree! Great price for sure! You’re welcome, Mary!

Is this in store price as well?!

In our Lowes ad/flyer it shows $2 (5/$10) starting tomorrow. Not sure if they honor it for today but should be the price in stores tomorrow.

Thanks so much for the helpful comment, Anne! We sure appreciate it!

Mine is still coming up 4.28 💁‍♀️

Darn! I’m still seeing $2 as I click through. Maybe try a different browser, change your location OR switch to desktop view if using a mobile device. Hoping that helps!

Got 5/$10 for in store pick up for my mom’s garden, thank you!

SWEET! You’re welcome, Mary!

It says in ground use. Can you still use it for pots ?

Their response to this question – We don’t recommend using Miracle Gro Garden Soil in pots, containers or raised beds. This type of soil is formulated as a soil amendment. It is too dense for container plants and may suffocate plant roots. You can safely use Miracle Gro Garden Soil in a raised bed when mixed with potting soil (50/50 mix of potting soil and garden soil/topsoil/Planting Soil).

I use this stuff every year and my yard and pots are blooming everywhere! If I’m supposed to mix with other stuff I don’t lol! I think last year I bought 50 bags and stacked on side of house for when I needed it. I used every single bag.

If you have both a Lowe’s and Home Depot local, Home Depot will match and beat the price by 10%!

Items must be identical

Depending on your area of the country, this is sometimes referred to as ‘miracle death.’ it often contains large amounts on non-soil items, such as plastic & pallets.

Perhaps maybe for some non-vegtable plantings like shrubs/trees, but I know I won’t ever grow anything in it that I plan to eat.

Thank you for the information. Gives me something to research.

Stock up on Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for any summer gardening plans you may have!

Lowes miracle grow potting soil

Yes, Tilth. Compost and backyard soil are far too dense and compact. In a container, they press down on the roots and prevent proper growth and airflow, as well as providing poor drainage.

I would keep an eye out for potting mixes like ProMix, or make your own with a mixture of peat moss and other ingredients.

I actually buck the trend and put about 10% compost in my containers, but that only works if the rest of the soil is *very* light.

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As some one who’s had as many as 160-200 containers of varying sizing growing at one time, I’ve experimented quite a bit with my own mix. If I opt for cheap potting soil. or even black earth. then I’m adding allot of other stuff like peatmoss, vermiculite, sand, compost into it. Every year I dump the previous years’ out and combine that with new stuff. Occasionally I use straight potting mix with some compost. And like Feldon I figure I’ve got 10% compost in each pot. perhaps more in the larger containers.

Don’t forget to lay your foundation with good drainage in your containers. In my larger ones (36in dia. x 30in high) I’ve got at least 4 to 6 inches of coarse gravel in the bottom mixed with some small pebbles. That way if it rains heavily, the roots aren’t sitting in a swimming pool at the bottom. plus I drill holes about 2 inches up all the way around the container.

It’s nice to get all of the different perspectives! Last year being my first year I grabbed miracle gro garden soil and it setup like a brick!!

I’ll definitely go softer with a softer mix this year.

God comes along and says, “I think I’m going to create THE tomato!”

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