Can You Reuse Potting Soil?

Can potting soil be reused?

Can You Reuse Potting Soil? Yes, in many cases, you can reuse potting soil. However, you do need to prepare the soil first by removing pathogens and re-introducing nutrients. The

Sago Palm Turning Yellow: 7 Reasons Why

Asian scale infestation on Sago

Is your Sago Palm leaves turning yellow? If so, you are not alone! First, understand that the Sago palm tree (Cycas revoluta) is not a true palm tree at all. In fact, it

Can Potting Soil Go Bad?

Bag of potting soil - Can potting soil mixes go bad?

Most things in your pantry or fridge go bad over time, but it may surprise you to learn that even potting soils expire. It might just be a bag of

What Is Good Garden Loam?

When soil requirements are specified for various kinds of gardening needs, reference is frequently made to “good soil,” “ordinary garden loam,” “good garden soil,” or “good garden loam soil.” For

Humus Rich Soil: A Garden Foundation

Humus is the blood, the life of your garden soil. Every gardener’s primary concern should be to make year-by-year improvements to their soil. Soil without humus, is inactive, lacking the

Improving Soil with Natural Pumice

natural pumice improves succulent or cactus soil mix

If you want your plants to grow optimally, with lush foliage and vibrant blossoms, then you have to focus on the quality of your soil.  The root systems of all

How To Add Nitrogen To Soil

plants help add nitrogen to soil

If you’ve been gardening a while, you may have noticed a decline in the appearance of your plants.  For example, leaves may have become lackluster and yellow.  What could the