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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.

Note, availability for curbside pickup may vary by location.

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About this Product:
  • 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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  • Our research indicates that Miracle-Gro Garden Soil All Purpose 0.75-cu ft Garden Soil is $2.27 less (53.16% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $4.27 (for 1 bag).
  • This Miracle-Gro Garden Soil is highly rated receiving 4.5 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 2,600 Customer Reviews.
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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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Yes it is.

This is a good deal.

I would recommend calling around locally if you need a large quantity.

My wife called a farm up the road from us and they charge $20yd for garden soil (not screened) And $30/yd for screened soil (larger items like mulch are sifted out).

I had good luck last year planting grass seed using screened soil.

The miracle grow comes out to $72 / yd vs $30 if I buy locally. I'm so close they waive the delivery, but if you have a pickup it may work for some. (Farm also doesn't charge me tax 🤫)

Again, this is a good deal, but I would call around if you need more that 10 bags or so. I'm sure location matters, Im in NJ and happen to be close to a lot of farm.

I will add the convenience of transporting bags vs having to shovel into a cart and dump should not be ignored. Very easy to toss a bag into the garden bed, cut open and dump.
Got any deals on a time machine?
Sigh. When did I get so old? Scrolling through 5 pages worth of comments to try and figure out if SOIL is a good deal and what I need to rehab my lawn. Is this the type of adulting I've been reduced to? 🤷

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Is this store only deal?
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Quote from kyatobhiug :
Is this store only deal?
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.
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Is this thing good for vegetable garden?
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That beats the on sale price from Lowe's ($4.48 for two) also starting from tomorrow.
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Quote from asianguy30 :
Is this thing good for vegetable garden?
Yes it is.

This is a good deal.

I would recommend calling around locally if you need a large quantity.

My wife called a farm up the road from us and they charge $20yd for garden soil (not screened) And $30/yd for screened soil (larger items like mulch are sifted out).

I had good luck last year planting grass seed using screened soil.

The miracle grow comes out to $72 / yd vs $30 if I buy locally. I'm so close they waive the delivery, but if you have a pickup it may work for some. (Farm also doesn't charge me tax 🤫)

Again, this is a good deal, but I would call around if you need more that 10 bags or so. I'm sure location matters, Im in NJ and happen to be close to a lot of farm.

I will add the convenience of transporting bags vs having to shovel into a cart and dump should not be ignored. Very easy to toss a bag into the garden bed, cut open and dump.
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Can I use this as top dressing on grass seed?
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Quote from cravi5 :
Yes it is.

This is a good deal.

I would recommend calling around locally if you need a large quantity.

My wife called a farm up the road from us and they charge $20yd for garden soil (not screened) And $30/yd for screened soil (larger items like mulch are sifted out).

I had good luck last year planting grass seed using screened soil.

The miracle grow comes out to $72 / yd vs $30 if I buy locally. I'm so close they waive the delivery, but if you have a pickup it may work for some. (Farm also doesn't charge me tax 🤫)

Again, this is a good deal, but I would call around if you need more that 10 bags or so. I'm sure location matters, Im in NJ and happen to be close to a lot of farm.

I will add the convenience of transporting bags vs having to shovel into a cart and dump should not be ignored. Very easy to toss a bag into the garden bed, cut open and dump.
Did you order from local place for a raised bed ?
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Sold 2 cu. ft. for $1.50 in January.
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Can I use the Whitney Farm soil sold in Costco in a raised garden bed alone? The bag says for mending in ground soil. That is 8 bucks for 50 Qt.
Sorry about unrelated question but couldn't pass up the opportunity of asking people who know better than me.
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Can I use this on my lawn? Thanks
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Quote from downonhisluckin :
Sold 2 cu. ft. for $1.50 in January.
Got any deals on a time machine?
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People were arguing with me about the $2.47 Walmart deal... $2/bag per usual at Home Depot.
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