potting soil

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pot′ting soil`

enriched topsoil for potting plants.
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If the plants are new to your home or you just repotted them, the potting soil itself might supply food for a while, at least.
You could try mixing half sand and half potting soil, but better to plant in some organic cacti and succulent mix.
Dig them out of the border and pot them in 6in to 8in diameter containers with light-weight potting soil. If they are potted, get them in now.
I have experimented with African violet propagation by either taking the 2- to 3-inch stem connected to a single leaf and placing the lower inch of the stem in a small water filled glass container, or by planting the stem into a small clay pot filled with moist potting soil. The advantage of the glass container is that you can watch the root development, however once that has occurred, you have the additional chore of planting your cutting.
He and his wife plant each rose in their own proprietary blend of potting soil and then hand-water them every day.
Image Credit: The Washington Post Fill the pallet nearly to the brim with potting soil. Image Credit: The Washington Post Using your hands or a garden hoe, form trenches in the soil.
The bigger the pot and the more potting soil used, the less often plants require water.
Plug one of these devices into your potting soil and get notifications straight to your phone when your plants are hungry and thirsty.
Make use of a professional potting soil mix like Pro-Mix, Metro-Mix, Fafard-Mix or similar.
Fill the container about halfway 1 full of potting soil (not garden soil), leaving room for the plants.