Providing your fruit tree with the right type of soil is an important first step that’s often overlooked. Our fruit tree planting mix provides the best soil conditions necessary for growing a healthy fruit tree and maximizing your fruit production.
Growing fruit is easy and rewarding. Imagine having fruit from apple trees at your fingers year after year. Lots of trees are low maintenance and require little work to keep them thriving.
You can get your a soil sample tested to tell your soil pH and nutrient levels. Some soils may need to be amended and this is the perfect addition to any native soil to improve the organic materials being added. Some sandy soils and acid soils will need soil preparation if fruit trees are to survive.
This blend of soil for fruit trees includes organic matter such as Canadian peat, aged pine bark, controlled release 360 day fertilizer, granite sand and other minor elements to provide you with the best start to amending your soil.
It is well draining soil and also retains moisture to keep your fruit trees healthy. If you have young trees it will help fight against pest and diseases. The fruit tree soil will help your tree roots establish strong root systems.
You can even use this soil in raised beds or containers where you have fruit trees planted. Some dwarf trees grow in smaller spaces and this fruit tree planting mix will add everything they are missing.
Instructions for planting fruit trees
Dig a hole the depth of your plant and twice as wide as your plant. Mix your dug up soil with the amended Special Blend Soil and use this mixture to fill back in around the root ball of your plant. Pack the soil in firmly ensuring no air holes remain and water thoroughly.
It is good to set up a regular watering schedule the first year of planting to establish the fruit tree. A tree gator is a great option for those with busy schedules.
Keep away from children and pets. Harmful if ingested.
Net weight 2 lbs