Coast of Maine 'Cobscook Blend'
Planting in Beds and Gardens
When planting vegetables, perennials, roses, trees and shrubs dig a hole as deep and twice as wide as the root ball or container in which they were purchased.
Place the plant in the hole so the stem is centered and the crown level with or slightly above the rim of the hole. With a wrapped root ball, cut away the burlap to free the stem.
Then fill in around the plant with equal parts soil and Cobscook Blend. Push any burlap wrapping back into the hole so it is not visible. Burlap will quickly decompose if it has not been chemically treated. Treated burlap should be removed.
Water slowly but thoroughly, taking special care of the plant until it has re-established itself. Feed as directed with organic plant food.