Soil, Regular Mix [Gallon Bag]

SKU:
09012
$4.95
(107 reviews) Write a Review
Equal parts peat moss and perlite. Due to weight, limit 3 bags per order.
Current Stock:
Maximum Purchase:
3 units

This mix contains equal parts peat moss and perlite.

For use with:

  • Dionaea (Venus Flytrap)
  • Drosera (Sundews)
  • Sarracenia (American Pitchers
  • Pinguicula (Butterworts)
  • Utricularia (Terrestrial Bladderworts)

All soil is guaranteed to be free of fertilizers and other contaminants that may harm carnivorous plants. One gallon of soil will fill:

  • two 6-inch pots or
  • six 4-inch pots or
  • twelve 3-inch pots


***PLEASE READ***
Each bag of soil weighs 1.5 pounds. Based on USPS retail rate, shipping one bag of soil from Oregon to the East Coast is $14.20. Because we cap postage fees at $19.95, we limit 3 bags per order. Multiple orders of soil will not be combined.

If you need large quantities, consider purchasing ingredients in bulk from your local garden center. You can also try Amazon or Greenhouse Megastore.

Below is a list of ingredients with recommended brands that are free of fertilizers and other contaminants. However, always check the package and avoid products that contain fertilizer.

Peat Moss: Black Gold, Espoma, Hoffman, Plant!T, Premier
Perlite: Black Gold, Espoma, Hoffman, Plant!T, Therm-O-Rock

Reviews

  • 5
    Regular predator plant mix

    Posted by Christopher Arnold on September 13, 2020

    A really nice mix! My plants are all just so happy!

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    Posted by Leona F on August 20, 2020

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    Posted by BRETT MARTISON on August 17, 2020

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    Posted by Susan McColl on July 27, 2020

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    Posted by Jillian on July 26, 2020

  • 5
    Great mix

    Posted by Jon on July 22, 2020

    Arrived quick and is an awesome mix for my plants to thrive in.

  • 5
    Good amount for a great price

    Posted by CINDY TEICHEN on July 15, 2020

    hard to find non fertilzed peat moss or non fertlized perlite locally

  • 5
    Great resource

    Posted by Michael Paz on July 14, 2020

    My VFT was dying so someone I knew had suggested replacing the soil. I bought a few bags of Soil mix and my plant is doing great now. Thanks!