Costco Garden Soil Bags

Whether you’re planning to plant a whole garden, or just putting a few seedlings into a garden bed, you’ve got options in the Costco seasonal gardening section – in addition to these two choices of organic soil at Costco, you’ll also find organic earthworm castings, multiple patio sets and patio covers/umbrellas, kayaks, flower bulbs, flowering plants and shrubs, and more!

New for Spring in the gardening and seasonal item you’ll find 2 types of Miracle Gro organic soil at Costco this year – Costco carries both Organic raised bed & in-ground soil, as well as organic moisture control potting mix soil. Both are under $10!

Have you tried either of these Miracle Gro Organic Soil options at Costco this year? What did you think? We’e love to hear your experience and your opinion! Please leave us your thoughts on either the in-ground soil or the potting mix in the comments! And tell us what you’re growing this year!

What are you planting in your garden this year? We just planted mint, parsley, carrots and tomatoes….we can’t wait for them to grow! We get to plant early here in California. If you haven’t seen these garden supplies at your Costco, give in a few more weeks…they’re very likely coming soon!


How much is the soil at Costco?

Miracle Gro Organic Choice In-Ground & Raised Bed Soil 50 Quart Bag is Costco Item Number 1618290 and costs $8.99 in-store. Features: For use with vegetables, flowers, herbs, trees and shrubs.

How do you use Whitney Farms organic planting soil?

Use with adult supervision and store in a dry area away from kids and pets.
  1. Select a pot with a drainage hole.
  2. Fill pot about 1/3 full with Whitney Farms® Organic Potting Soil.
  3. Loosen root ball and place plant in pot.
  4. Add more mix and press lightly.
  5. Water and let drain.

Which brand garden soil is best?

Top Garden Soil Brands
  • Miracle-Gro Garden Soil.
  • Hoffman Garden Soil.
  • Espoma Garden Soil.
  • Mother Earth Products Garden Soil.
  • jiffy Garden Soil.
  • Sun Gro Horticulture Garden Soil.
  • Soil Moist Garden Soil.

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