Espoma All-Natural Soil Perfector


Espoma Soil Perfector / All Natural Soil Conditioner

Size: 30lb bag $16.99


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Made from naturally derived, ceramic mineral that is kiln-fired at temperatures in excess of 2000º F.

This process creates a durable, lightweight granule containing thousands of tiny storage spaces that hold the perfect balance of water, air and nutrients for an improved soil structure.

For flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs and potted plants.

Use Prior to Planting to Permanently Improve both Clay & Sandy Soils.

  • All natural soil conditioner approved for organic gardening
  • One time application
  • Won’t break down like peat moss
  • Permanently improves all soils (including clay and sandy)
  • Prevents compaction and promotes root growth so plants establish fast
  • Improves drainage and moisture retention

Preparing Flower & Vegetable Beds:

One 30b bag of Soil Perfector covers up to 12sf.

Spread a 1” layer of Soil Perfector across the entire bed (2” layer for severely compacted soils). 

Work into the top 6" of soil with a shovel, rake or rototiller.

New Individual Plants:

Dig a hole at least twice the diameter and slightly less deep than the root ball of the plant.

Mix 1 part Soil Perfector to 3 parts removed soil.

Follow planting directions and water thoroughly.

Container Gardens:

Line the bottom of the container with 2" of Soil Perfector.

Fill the container with 1 part Soil Perfector to 3 parts potting mix for improved aeration and drainage.

Existing Plants:

Using a spading fork around the drip line of the plant, rock and twist the fork to open cracks and crevices as deeply as possible.

Fill the cracks with Soil Perfector.

For large trees, dig narrow trenches 18"-24" deep, starting between the trunk and the drip line, and extending out into the surrounding soil.

Dig at least 5 trenches in a wheel spoke pattern.

Fill the trenches with Soil Perfector.

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