Miracle-Grow Cactus Palm and Citrus Potting Mix
Miracle-Grow Cactus Palm and Citrus Potting Mix
Desert climate plants like cactus, palms, and citruses have a reputation for being easier to rear … perhaps because of their high sun, low water native lifestyle, they are more intuitively cared for. An important step, however, is guaranteeing that your sunny species isn’t weighed down by overly moist or heavy soil. Get the job done right with this specialized potting mix, formulated precisely for giving cacti, palms, and citrus plants exactly what they need to thrive in a potted environment. The soil contains forest products, sphagnum peat moss, and perlite for ideal draining, and is enriched with plant food to yield strong, beautiful, results. Martha Stewart’s mantra is to use the right tool for the right job, so heed her advice and give your warm weather plants the perfect conditions in which to prosper.
• Size: 8qt
• Keeps indoor cactus, palm, and citrus plants dry and healthy
• Sand and perlite provide aeration and prevent compaction for better drainage
• Enriched with Miracle-Gro® plant food for added nutrients
• Use when planting or repotting
• Comes in a resealable 8-quart bag
• Fertilizer analysis: 0.06-0.02-0.04
• Keep out of reach of children
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• Final Sale item. This item is not eligible for exchange or returns.
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Miracle-Gro is one of Martha’s most trusted collaborators in all things gardening. Their potting mixes and soils are the ones Martha uses in and around her home. With an all-natural, tried and true approach to plant food, Miracle-Gro promotes the healthiest and strongest growth for plant life in the home.
This Cactus, Palm, and Citrus Potting Mix is designed to give your indoor warm-weather plants everything they need to grow well, even far from their native soil. Allow them to grow into their sprawling selves and maximize their growth potential with this all-natural balanced potting mix.
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What is the difference between potting soil and potting mix?
Potting soil and potting mix refer to the same general product: soil for your potted plants. Importantly, however, make sure your soil and/or mix is for potting only when it comes to indoor plants. This Miracle-Gro Cactus, Palm, and Citrus Potting Mix is exactly right for indoor-planted warm-weather plants.
Gardening soil for outdoor use is not the same thing and has a very different balance that can actually be counterproductive for plants confined to a pot or other vessel! The same goes for the inverse: don’t use potting mix for in-ground gardening! Learn more about the difference in one of Martha’s gardening books, for instance!
What are the dangers of potting mix?
Some unreliable brands of potting mix can contain harmful bacteria. That’s why it’s essential for Martha to be selective about what soil she brings into her home. Miracle-Gro has exceptional quality and standards, which is why they are one of Martha’s most trusted collaborators in gardening.
Is potting mix safe for indoor plants?
Potting mix is ideal for indoor plants - in fact, you won’t want to use anything but dedicated potting soil for your indoor plants.
The Miracle-Gro Cactus, Palm, and Citrus Potting Mix maximizes the successful growth of your warm-weather plants by providing exactly the mineral balance they need to succeed. They will grow into exemplars of their type!
Can you use cactus, palm, and citrus potting mix for succulents?
Yes! Cactus, Palm, and Citrus potting mix is ideally suited for any low-moisture plants such as succulents. Because of enhanced soil draining properties, it’ll ensure your warm-weather plants and succulents never get over-watered!
Can I use cactus potting mix for other plants?
You can absolutely use cactus potting mix as a base for other plants - if they are not warm-weather/low-moisture plants, however, you will want to mix in some other soil so as to give the plants enough moisture to succeed! Follow the advice from Martha’s gardening books or on the Miracle-Gro Cactus, Palm, and Citrus bag for best results!
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