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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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.Review by Green Blessings (on 11/1/14)
I recently uprooted my struggling blueberries from the ground into smart pots with half organic potting soil and half Sunshine Peat Moss. They are thriving with lots of new shoots and surviving through the heat of summer with much less water than when they were in the ground.Review by Linnie (on 10/3/12)
This is some handy stuff to have on hand. I used it for starting seeds and I also used it for planting my blueberries. It's the perfect consistency for the seedlings roots to penetrate and it stays moist so long it really cut down on the amount of watering I had to do. When it came time to transplant the seedlings roots and the peat moss held together well so I didn't end up damaging the transplant's roots all that much.Review by Steph the Photographer (on 6/21/11)