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    miracle gro potting soil help

    would potting soils from miraclegro work on butterworts and sundews?
    here are the sites that i found and i was wondering if they are good

    orchid potting mix
    http://www.scotts.com/smg/catalog/pr...54&id=cat50154

    perlite
    http://www.scotts.com/smg/catalog/pr...54&id=cat50154

    sphagnum peat moss
    http://www.scotts.com/smg/catalog/pr...54&id=cat50154

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    No, Miracle-gro is a fertilizer. All of those products contain Miracle-gro.

    Scott spun off there non-Miracle-gro containing stuff under the "Whitney Farms" label.
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    thanks for replying im off to the stores to look for new potting soil
    know any good brands?

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    Just check the labels and make sure there is nothing added in the way of fertilizers.
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    Shultz soil products don't contain fertilizers. At least not the stuff I've been buying at Walmart. Their perlite, peat, cactus mix, and orchid mix have no added fertilizers.

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