Costco Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix 50 Quart


Who’s ready to do some springtime gardening? With most people stuck at home during the corona-virus (COVID-19), there is no better time to get outside & tidy up the front or backyard. Grab this 50 quart bag of Miracle Gro potting mix, a few plants & get your green thumb to work! I’m a big fan of growing fruit or vegetables, while my wife is a big fan of the succulents. This 50 quart bag will be plenty to get several plants potted, so long as the pot isn’t too big. I planted a tomato tree, that was FREE from a neighbor. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PHOTOS……..We’ve got some succulents & a tomato tree. It’s Green Zebra tomato tree, so I am excited to see how well it grows & how good they’ll taste. I’ll be sure to keep this updated!

Miracle-Gro is specifically formulated with Miracle-Gro plant food & has moisture control properties. It contains the right mix for all types of container plants. It contains sphagnum peat which is ideal for acid loving plants, such as blueberries and camellias. It is meant for indoor & outdoor gardening & is specifically designed to be used in pots. It’s only $8.99 which is almost half the price at any big box store (Lowe’s & Home Depot). A quick search & you’ll find a similar size bag goes for around $15.00, so pick it up today for under $10.

If you really want your plants, flowers, fruits & vegetables to grow, please check out these Miracle Grow products on Amazon. The ratings are unbelievably high & I can tell you first hand, the tomato feed really works……….

Price: $8.99, Item: 1372969

9 thoughts on “Costco Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix 50 Quart

    1. Sorry for the issues with the gnats. Here is a recommendation directly from the suppliers……..To get rid of existing gnats they recommend drying out the soil and watering less often, to give the soil a chance to dry more, as well as removing any standing water that remains an hour after watering. The company also suggests placing 1/2 inch of sand on top of the soil of all houseplants and leaving it there until the gnats are gone, which the company says could take several weeks. I hope that works. Please let me know how it goes. Thanks

  1. Hi, I also used this soil, but soo many gants r formed from the soil, they r veg bothering us, suggest any repellent which nt harmful my plants

    1. Hi Manu. Sorry for the issues with the gnats. Here is a recommendation directly from the suppliers……..To get rid of existing gnats they recommend drying out the soil and watering less often, to give the soil a chance to dry more, as well as removing any standing water that remains an hour after watering. The company also suggests placing 1/2 inch of sand on top of the soil of all houseplants and leaving it there until the gnats are gone, which the company says could take several weeks. I hope that works. Please let me know how it goes. Thanks

    1. I’ve had great success with it. I’m currently growing some tomato plants that are doing fantastic. I usually mix it with worm castings & the tomatoes do very well. I’ll post some photos of my vegetable & fruit trees when I get a chance

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