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Miracle-Gro Garden Soil All Purpose 0.75-cu ft Garden Soil

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Home Depot has Miracle-Gro Garden Soil All Purpose 0.75-cu ft Garden Soil on sale for $1.98. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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  • Grows bigger, more beautiful plants vs. unfed plants
  • Feeds plants for up to three months
  • Improves existing soil to build strong roots
  • Use with annuals, perennials and all types of vegetables
  • For in-ground use only
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Home Depot has Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil - 0.75cf, 5 for $10 beginning tomorrow. Priced normally $4.27.

Last best deal for this size bag was Walmart @$2.47.

https://www.homedepot.com/c/localad

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Mirac.../206553445
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Created 04-07-2021 at 06:48 AM by SJL09
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Guess I'll pick up some tomorrow
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That beats the on sale price from Lowe's ($4.48 for two) also starting from tomorrow.
Price match with HD and get the 3+3 free deal!
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The ad does not specify that it is an in-store only deal. The product itself is available for purchase online (currently at regular price). I would imagine that the price would reflect online tomorrow and can be purchased online tomorrow, for in-store pickup or local truck delivery.
The website will very likely denote it as "Buy In Store" and list the quantity available at your selected store. Mulch is currently listed this way. I work at HD and given the insane volume of online orders lately, we would not have the space (nor flat carts) to stage in store pickup orders for soil.
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Can I use this soil for planting seed of flowers and vegetables in pots (planter)?
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Can I use this soil for planting seed of flowers and vegetables in pots (planter)?

You would want to mix it with some perlite or topsoil (depending on what your topsoil is like) before doing so to improve drainage, otherwise your plants' roots will probably start to rot. Possibility of non-sterile material in this as well, which means potential for weed seeds, pest eggs/larvae, and fungus spores. Possibility of seedling damping off as well. Earlier comments said that they found this had a good amount of large woodchips in it, which is just filler, and not something you'd want to plant seeds in, as the weak seedling roots would have a hard time growing.

Woodchips can effectively be free, a lot of cities nowadays have free compost or mulch programs when you can just bring your own container and load up on woodchips. This is helpful if you have large pots (think 10+ gallons) and want to fill up the bottom 25-50% with woodchips so you're not wasting too much expensive mix.
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The wood chips in it are ground quite fine, unlike the free mulch which is usually still pretty big. Down in SD the local dump does have amazing deals for all types of compost, soil mix, and mulches for incredibly low prices. Up here in Orange County, I don't see that available, and no farms nearby... the nurseries are a bit expensive. I'm not sure if I drive down to SD to get it, if its worth the drive vs cost..
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The wood chips in it are ground quite fine, unlike the free mulch which is usually still pretty big. Down in SD the local dump does have amazing deals for all types of compost, soil mix, and mulches for incredibly low prices. Up here in Orange County, I don't see that available, and no farms nearby... the nurseries are a bit expensive. I'm not sure if I drive down to SD to get it, if its worth the drive vs cost..

I live up in the Central Coast and you can get mulch from the cities extremely cheap, maybe free.

Only thing is you have to get 14 yards. One of my neighbors did, and everyone came by with shovels and wheelbarrows.
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I live up in the Central Coast and you can get mulch from the cities extremely cheap, maybe free.

Only thing is you have to get 14 yards. One of my neighbors did, and everyone came by with shovels and wheelbarrows.
Yeah I got the free drop from chipdrop.com and they dumped a truckload free but hips were pretty big and I got a lot of leaves too. Which is ok but man it's a lot of work to spread workout proper equipment. The municipal mulch yards seem to grind it a little more fine.
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You would want to mix it with some perlite or topsoil (depending on what your topsoil is like) before doing so to improve drainage, otherwise your plants' roots will probably start to rot. Possibility of non-sterile material in this as well, which means potential for weed seeds, pest eggs/larvae, and fungus spores. Possibility of seedling damping off as well. Earlier comments said that they found this had a good amount of large woodchips in it, which is just filler, and not something you'd want to plant seeds in, as the weak seedling roots would have a hard time growing.

Woodchips can effectively be free, a lot of cities nowadays have free compost or mulch programs when you can just bring your own container and load up on woodchips. This is helpful if you have large pots (think 10+ gallons) and want to fill up the bottom 25-50% with woodchips so you're not wasting too much expensive mix.
Thank you so much for your reply
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The wood chips in it are ground quite fine, unlike the free mulch which is usually still pretty big. Down in SD the local dump does have amazing deals for all types of compost, soil mix, and mulches for incredibly low prices. Up here in Orange County, I don't see that available, and no farms nearby... the nurseries are a bit expensive. I'm not sure if I drive down to SD to get it, if its worth the drive vs cost..
I'm in Placentia and the city just has a road that they dump their mulched trees in piles, along with whatever's leftover after their annual free compost giveaway. It's a mixed bag, but if you're in the general area it might be worth driving by and taking a look. It's on East La Jolla Street between N Hundley and N McCan St, just google maps "City of Placentia CNG Station" and you'll see the road leading up to it. I got some decently medium-fine stuff after shovelling off the outer shell because the mulch pile had started to decompose. Again, mixed bag, but free is free. They also have a pile of builder's sand for filling up sandbags.
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Buy 3, get 3 free at Lowe's.
$0.84 cents more total for 6 bags vs. HD: $2.14 per bag v. 42 per bag.
Not sd.
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That beats the on sale price from Lowe's ($4.48 for two) also starting from tomorrow.
With Veteran's 10% discount at Lowes, It's same deal!
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Chase freedom got 5x points on home improvement stores this quarter
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Chase freedom got 5x points on home improvement stores this quarter
Cool. Thx for info
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