Master Nursery Bumper Crop Natural and Organic Soil Builder: This is a premium soil amendment that contains the finest natural and organic ingredients including: composted chicken manure, earthworm castings, bat guano, and kelp meal. This is a versatile mix that may be used as a soil builder and mulch.
E.B. Stone Worm Castings: Worm castings are one of nature's best fertilizers! They aerate the soil, while adding nutrients for your plants.
Rose and Flower Planting Mix: A natural organic soil mix blended with the growing requirements of roses in mind. It may be used in pots or in the ground.
Citrus and Palm Planting Mix: A great mix for citrus, palms, and tropicals. This soil is blended to provide excellent aeration and water retention. It contains Aged Fir Bark, Lava Rock, and Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss. It may be used in pots or in the ground.
Azalea, Camellia, and Acid Plating Mix: This soil is the best thing for acid loving plants, including blueberries, hydrangeas, evergreens, and ferns. It contains Aged Fir bark, Peat Moss, Bat Guano, and Kelp Meal, among other ingredients. It can be used in pots or in the ground.
Cactus Mix: A lighter, quick draining soil made for cactus and succulents. It's also recommended for potted palms. This soil can be used in pots or in the ground.
Master Nursery Bumper Crop Natural and Organic Potting Soil: A premium blend of natural and organic ingredients, this soil is formulated for indoor and outdoor use for all manner of containers. It has a high quality blend of ingredients including earthworm castings, bat guano, and kelp.
Master Nursery Master's Pride Professional Potting Soil: This high quality soil is suitable for all plant types, and can be used in indoor and outdoor containers. Contains a blend of Fir Bark, Peat Moss, Pumice, Earthworm Castings, Bat Guano, and Kelp Meal, along with Mycorrhizal Fungi.
These are the potting soils we carry. These soils are formulated specifically for plants being grown in containers. Please call us with questions on pricing or any further questions about these soils. (951) 766-7755