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Miracle-Gro 25-Qt Potting Soil Mix $5, All Purpose Garden Soil (0.75 cu. ft.)

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Home Depot.com has Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil (0.75 cu. ft.) on sale for $2. Select free store pickup where stock permits (shipping is unavailable). Thanks daisybeetle

Home Depot.com also has Miracle-Gro 25-Qt Potting Soil Mix on sale for $5. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

Also available, Vigoro 2 cu ft Mulch for $2 (In-store only, availability will vary)
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  • Enriched with continuous release plant food (feeds plants for up to 3 months and improves existing soil to help your plants build strong roots; use with annuals, perennials and all types of vegetables). For in-ground use only.
  • Availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location. ~ persian_mafia

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HomeDepot.com [homedepot.com] has Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil (0.75 cu. ft.) on sale for $2. Select free store pickup where stock permits (shipping is unavailable).

Miracle-Gro 25-Qt Potting Soil Mix [homedepot.com] $5 + free pickup

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Vigoro 2 cu ft Mulch for $2 (In-store only, availability will vary)
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You are right.

Costco soil = 55 quarts = 2.14 cu. ft.

Each bag costs $8.99, that's $4.2 per cu. ft.

Miracle Gro = 0.75 cu. ft.

Each bag costs $2, that's $2.67 per cu. ft.
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You can buy bulk perilite, or mix it with potting soil, or add dry compost or composted matter to help with water retention (regular garden soil typically does not retain enough water for bountiful returns in raised beds)
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Does Lowes have any sale like this?

My nearest HD is 40 Miles away.
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Can the garden soil be mixed with something to make it suitable for raised beds?
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Costco has organic potting soil 55qt for 8.99 . How is that better? Curious

edit: meant for costco members
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Can the garden soil be mixed with something to make it suitable for raised beds?
Dirt from your yard will work, or get some fill, which you can normally find free.
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Does Lowes have any sale like this?

My nearest HD is 40 Miles away.
No, not at this time
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Can the garden soil be mixed with something to make it suitable for raised beds?
You can buy bulk perilite, or mix it with potting soil, or add dry compost or composted matter to help with water retention (regular garden soil typically does not retain enough water for bountiful returns in raised beds)
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Can the garden soil be mixed with something to make it suitable for raised beds?
Yes just add a bag of peat moss or other soil conditioner. You want to loosen/lighting it up to go from this garden soil to more of a potting mix.
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Does Lowes have any sale like this?

My nearest HD is 40 Miles away.
Lowes just a similar sale 2 weeks ago. They always have a spring sale at mid to end of April that lasts 2 weeks. I guess you missed it.
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