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Coast of Maine Planting Soil for Acid-Loving Plants

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Coast of Maine Planting Soil for Acid-Loving Plants
Uses:  A great soil conditioner for improving and revitalizing the soil in and around plants that thrive on lower pH soils like: rhododendrons, azaleas, hollies, blueberries, strawberries, ferns, fuchsias, camellias, dogwoods and conifers.

Coast of Maine’s Natural & Organic Soil for Acid-Loving Plants is specially crafted for plants that thrive on lower pH soils like: Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Ferns, Hydrangeas and Berry Bushes.  The soil is made with premium ingredients, it contains compost, peat moss and aged bark.

Available in 20qt bags - $7.98

How much product do you need?  Click here to go to the Coast of Maine online soil & mulch calculator which will give you an approximate product amount needed according to your garden's area and desired product depth.

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For Conditioning and Revitalizing Soil:

Natural & Organic Planting Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables is the ideal soil conditioner to improve and revitalize the soil in and around your acid-loving plants.

For sandy, compacted or clay soil, work a 2 inch layer into the top 4 to 6 inches of soil before planting.

For New and Exisitng Garden Beds:

To maintain healthy soils, apply Acid-Loving Planting Soil every year around your plants.

This is best done either in the spring before new foliage emerges, or in the fall after the plants have gone dormant.

For Planting:

When planting acid-lovers such as rhododendrons, azaleas, ferns, hollies, hydrangeas, and blueberries - backfill the planting hole with a mix of equal parts of Acid-Loving Planting Soil and existing garden soil.

Do not pack the soil down around the plants, as this eliminates valuable airspace for the roots.  Rather, water the plant in to settle the soil, adding more if needed.

Water thoroughly and regularly until the plant has established itself.