As a container gardening enthusiasts, I’ve know for many years that plant health depends on the quality of the soil – especially if you have a container garden. Plants only flourish when the soil is well aerated and contains the essential nutrients for their growth.
Your plants must be able to draw nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium from the soil. Synthetic chemical fertilizers may ensure quick soil fertility and plant growth but their constant use robs the soil of essential microbes, depleting its quality. Over time, salt build-up in the soil damages the roots of the plants.
Organic Soil Best for your Container Garden
Choosing organic soil for your container gardening needs is a smart option...Read More