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Sunshine Peat Moss 2.2 Cu Ft - PSO101

Planting Blueberries & Growing Blueberries

Planting Blueberries & Growing Blueberries

$19.99
  • Cannot be combined with other items in a package, due either to its size or manufacturer packaging.
  • Does not qualify for flat rate shipping.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Harvested from sphagnum peat beds in Manitoba; peat moss holds water, provides aeration, nutrient exchange sites and decomposes slowly. It is often used as a mulch over a newly seeded lawn, etc. or as an ingredient in potting soil or soilless mixes. pH 3.5-4.5. Does not contain wetting agents.

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Customer Reviews

Blueberries Love Peat moss

My blueberries were literally dying in our crummy foothill soil. I rescued them and potted them in smart pots with a 50/50 mixture of organic potting soil and Sunshine peat moss and now they are thriving and producing more than enough to supply me with blueberries for my morning muffins.

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