Your potted plants deserve the best. Their roots can't seek out nutrition in the ground, so you have to bring it to them. That's why FoxFarm® Happy Frog® Potting Soil is amended with soil microbes that can help improve root efficiency and encourage nutrient uptake. Between the earthworm castings, bat guano and aged forest products, your container plants have never felt so good.
Happy Frog Organic Potting Soil will have your plants hopping. Use this growing media for nursery trees, patio flowers, indoor ferns and much more. It increases production while building a strong plant structure for many years of healthy growth. We provide total product support to make sure you're satisfied with your purchase.
FoxFarm Happy Frog Soil Features:
- pH-adjusted to improve nutrient uptake
- For use with new and existing container gardens, houseplants, trees, shrubs and more
- Can be used as-is or mixed with Happy Frog Fruit and Flower Fertilizer
- Available in 12-quart or 2 cubic foot (51.4-quart) bags
I've used Happy Frog soil and everything I plant with it grows to amazing sizes and with flowers, they bloom constantly. This is the Holy Grail of soil as far as I'm concerned!
I was disappointed in this mix. It contains alot of bark and sticks. Very time consuming to have to pick it all out before using it for african violet plants. I hope they improve their mix in the future. I don't plan to buy it again.
What else can you say? It's good stuff. Plants love it, and they should. Might need a little more Worm Castings and some more Perlite for added drainage and goodness. Other stuff if you know your plants need it, like soil acidifier if you are doing blueberries or maybe Hydrangeas if you want them to be blue. Otherwise, it's good right out of the bag. The only downside is, of course, the cost. Everything costs so much these days, it's not "Dirt Cheap" anymore! As for the picture, yes that's some of the Frog Dirt (as I call it) that I've doctored up with some more Perlite and some other things. What I don't know is what kind of Gynura plant this is?