Mix it with regular potting soil or top soil. Mix it about 1/4 to 3/4 regular soil and mix it really well. Make sure you put stones in the bottom of the containers.
Originally Posted by angel nee nee
they are not called seedlings when they come out from the soil? what are they called? tomaato babies? the "thingy?" I am clueless.
mine are couple weeks old too. how are yours doing?
and I have one more problem.
Lowes was having a sale on Miracr Gro garden soil for flowers and vegerable, so being an amatuor, we bought them, actually I got 10 of them while they were on sale.
Then I noticed that it said not for container plants.
I asked miracro gro why I am not suppose to use this prduct for container plants and here's their responce.
"Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables is not intended for use in containers. The soil may cause damage because it is too dense for most potted plants, and could suffocate their roots. Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables is designed as an amendment, and should be mixed thoroughly into native soil for better growing conditions.
Watch your plants carefully for signs of stress and, if needed, repot them. You may want to consider using a potting mix, such as Miracle-Gro Potting Mix or Miracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Mix."
oh man, what am I suppose to do now?
Can I just mix the miracro gro garden soil for flowers and vegetables with the "dirt and sand" we find nearby? Would that make things better?