Osmocote Garden Soil
Title: Osmocote Garden Soil
There are plenty of times we need to top up the garden soil, maybe you’ve taken out a tree left a big hole or possibly removed a rose and wanting to plant another in its place. If that’s the case, you’ll need to remove around half a wheelbarrow of existing dirt and add some fresh soil to avoid rose sick soil.Other situations where extra soil is needed include dropping levels or perhaps wanting to raise the garden bed.Kim shows you the best way to deal with a situation like this.
- Potting Mix, as good as it is in pots, is not a replacement for soil. You want like for like if you want your trees, shrubs, perennials, vegetables and bedding plants to thrive.
- Look for products that are designed to be mixed into existing soil
- Scotts Osmocote contains the additional benefits of 6 month controlled release Osmocote , plus the wetting agent Hydraflo2, that dramatically increases the penetration of water and nutrients along with good old reliable gypsum.
- One complaint I often hear from gardeners is that their soil is tired. It doesn’t seem to matter how much fertilizer or water they put on, the plants just don’t seem to respond. That’s particularly true of gardeners in some homes where imported topsoil is sometimes lacking nutrient, organic matter and microbes. If that’s the case, this 30 kg bag gives you plenty to spread around.
- Work it into the top 10-15cm. This will rewet water repellent soils and mix through the controlled release fertilizer to give plants a 6 month nutrient boost.