Magik-Moss Cactus Potting Soil

Item No. SO-SUC-08
Magik-Moss Cactus Potting Soil is a ready-to-use potting soil mix. This cactus or succulent potting mix has been professionally formulated with a combination of peat, perlite and vermiculite potting soil additives to provide an excellent rooting media for your plants. All succulents do not grow in
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Description

Magik-Moss Cactus Potting Soil is a ready-to-use potting soil mix. This cactus or succulent potting mix has been professionally formulated with a combination of peat, perlite and vermiculite potting soil additives to provide an excellent rooting media for your plants.

All succulents do not grow in pure sand. Once reclaimed, the richness of desert lands are highly productive because of its organic matter and porous structure. Since succulents like to be watered but can't survive standing water, it is important that water must be allowed to drain away.

A weight and color change in this media from dark brown to light brown assists you in deciding when to water.

Specifications
LTL Freight Type GROUND
Replenishment System Purchase
Available for Drop Shipment No
Exp. Receipt Date 11/01/2022
Reviews (2)
  • I love it
    This potting mix is great! Light, fluffy, & airy, with enough inorganic material to provide quick drainage & drying (energy though I prefer a much grittier mix, so I add a lot more inorganic medium)! I only bought 4 bags to start but I'm back for more. The only thing I don't like is that it doesn't come in larger, bulk-size bags (preferably 2 cu ft or larger)! If it did, I'd be 1000% satisfied!
  • Perfectly blended great consistency
    I will NEVER buy that "Miracle" cactus/succulent blend ever again, it has to many sticks and big pieces which is not condusive to root growth. Majik Moss has the best consistency and blend. It is my hope to get all 200+ succulents of mine converted over to Majik Moss!
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