Vegetable gardens including raised beds, tubs and planter boxes to improve soil texture and encourage beneficial soil microbes
Garden beds to reinvigorate tired and depleted soils
All plants including phosphorus-sensitive natives
Safe to use for new plants - the well-composted organics and controlled release of nutrients from the Scotts Osmocote® mean it will not burn soft leaves or tender young roots.
HOW TO USE
Add to soils before planting annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, shrubs, trees and climbers
Mix some through the existing soil before topping up with the remaining new soil - this promotes good drainage and root growth.
Topdress existing garden beds with a 5-10cm layer once or twice a year to replenish organic matter which has broken down and nutrients used by plants
WHEN TO USE
Garden Soil can be added to gardens at any time of the year, either incorporated into planting soil or as a topdress
SAFETY FIRST: Read the instructions on the product packaging before use and take particular note of any warnings or cautions on the label
When using soils and potting mixes, we recommend the use of garden gloves to protect your hands
Suitable for use on and around native plants and other phosphorus-sensitive plants - the included Scotts Osmocote® has less than 2% phosphorus
Contains gypsum, which turns clay into workable soil without altering the pH (acidity or alkalinity reading)