Peat Moss

Unit of Sale: 1 Cubic Foot Bag
Peat is important for farmers and gardeners, who mix it into soil to improve its structure and to increase acidity. The most important property of peat is retaining moisture in soil when it is dry and yet preventing the excess of water from killing roots when it is wet. Peat can store nutrients although it is not fertile itself. Clay soil binds with organic matter, such as peat moss, to be broken up into a workable and nourishing growing medium.

RECOMMENDED USES:
Vegetable Gardens, Mulching, Window Boxes, House Plants, Lawns, Flower Gardens, Trees and Shrubs.
Peat Moss