Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil Just $1.98 at Home Depot (Regularly $4.27)

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Do some gardening for less with Home Depot deals!

Through April 18th, head to The Home Depot where you can score Miracle-Gro All Purpose Garden Soil for just $1.98 (regularly $4.27)! Note you can purchase these bags online, but only for free in-store pick-up.

This is a great time to stock up on this gardening soil for Spring and Summer gardening projects!

mean kneeling in garden and pouring a bag of miracle-gro garden soil around plants

This garden soil contains essential nutrients that plants need and continues to feed them for up to 3 months! Adding this to your existing soil can also improve your native soil’s texture and help plants build stronger roots. Each bag contains 0.75 cubic feet of garden soil to use for in-ground planting.

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Comments 23

  1. Mama2Nine

    Thank you SO much! I just ordered 80 bags. I’m so excited! Over dirt.. 😂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      LOL! You’re so welcome! I can relate! 😂

  2. Bev

    Can this be used for raised beds as well? First time doing a garden.

    • Christine

      No. You wanted raised bed soil. This is only for in ground gardens.

    • Amy

      I use this garden soil in my raised beds and the best vegetable garden ever last year, my best friend and sister could believe how healthy and bountiful it was, tomatoes grew over 6ft and were still producing well into fall, we had carrots and green beans and lettuce for weeks, at this price I say do it, no need for the expensive specialty soil, unless you are using pots, then it can be kind of dense

      • Lacey

        Mine too this what I always use in my raised gardens

    • Christine

      Garden soil is designed to be above natural soil, which, will provide drainage. In a raised bed or pots, you won’t have natural drainage so raised bed mix and potting mix will have materials like peat moss to promote drainage plus fertilizers. This is just plain soil and often has chunks of much, wood, even plastic, etc. you can accumulate way too much water and root your roots. This is very dense soil. To save money filling raised beds, the bottom can be filled with fallen leaves. I do composting, too, to help save money on soil.

      • Michele

        I’ve used it and never had any plastic/trash in it.

  3. Liz

    Can this be used in plant pots? Im thinking of growing a few herbs this year…never done any gardening in my life. Any tip for me?

    • Rebeccaperson

      No, you will want potting mix or potting soil instead.

  4. Kika

    I’m new to this. Can someone please clarify me, if I can use this as topsoil for grass? Any help is a great help. Thank you 😊

    • Nicole

      I personally would not use this as topsoil as there is a lot of mulch and sometimes plastic/trash in it. Better off using actual labeled topsoil to grow grass.

      • kirthika

        Truly appreciate your reply! Thank you. Won’t use as a top soil.

  5. Mary W

    For free expert answers to any of your gardening questions, be sure to contact your local Extension Agency. Each state and each county has one. It is through the land grant University of your state. So for New Jersey it’s Rutgers. For Texas it’s Texas A&M, etc. Master Gardeners are available to answer your question about almost anything through phone calls, emails or on the website.

    • Lisha

      Thanks so much!

  6. Sara

    Thank you. I just ordered 10

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Sara!

  7. Melody Miller

    Lowes is actually $2.14 a bag but B3G3…so it ends up being cheaper.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the reminder! We have that posted over here.

    • Yu

      How did you get B3G3? I saw it on website, while the price doesn’t deduct at cart.

    • Elizabeth

      Our add says it is $4.28 per bag and then B3g3, so end price is 2.14 per bag.

  8. zee

    Yay! Thanks for letting us know! This is truly a great deal. Can’t wait for spring to start the gardening. Thanks Hip2Save!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re SO very welcome!

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