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Best and most nutrient rich soil mixture for gardening. Best soils for square foot or rasied bed gardening, container gardening, vertical gardening and companion gardening. This is called Mel's Mix from Mel Bartholomew from Sq. Foot Gardening.

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Square-Foot Gardening: Minimal Space, Maximum Results Fill the bed with a rich, light soil mix. A general all-purpose recipe includes 1 part perlite and 2 parts each of topsoil, peat moss, and compost. Mix it well and remember to fertilize plants -- either with a water-soluble fertilizer twice a month or a slow-release granular fertilizer once or twice a season. Or buy a prepackaged mix such as Sta-Green Flower and Vegetable Garden Soil (#132959), which contains a slow-release fertilizer.

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Share This!We all know that a great garden starts with great soil. This soil recipe provides the perfect soil combination for filling raised garden boxes and planting lots of healthy veggies this year! Building a raised-bed garden box is different from gardening in containers. As the bottom of the boxes are open to the soil, …

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Don't Bag It - Leaf Management Plan....good plan for trench composting leaves and bag composting (add 1-2 shovelfulls of soil and either 2 shovelfulls of manure or 1/2 c of a high nitrogen fertilizer. Moisten leaves. Punch 12-15 holes. Turn the bag a few times and add water if needs moisture. Check in a few weeks, done in about 6-8 weeks.

Potting Shelves & Vertical Ladder Garden - Make shutters, boxes & shelves from repurposed pallet timber. With a little creative inspiration, you can create this layered look & maximise space. More ways to use pallets in your garden @ | The Micro Gardener