2 Pots in a Box
2 Pots in A Box is an easy-to-use garden starter system for amateur growers or experienced cultivators looking for a simple solution to grow in new areas around their home.
This kit has everything you need to get going—just add a plant start (from the list below), add water and sunlight, and watch your garden flourish!
This kit includes two five-gallon pots filled with a Miller Soil’s live soil mix, featuring vegetation-based compost and worm castings for a rich growing environment full of beneficial nutrients for your plants! The biochar in the 2 Pots in a Box soil promotes healthy microbial growth, water retention, and soil fertility, effectively reducing the amount of water and additives needed to promote healthy plants and strong yields. Acting like a sponge, carbon-rich biochar helps keep nutrients and water close to plant roots, all while actively enhancing soil oxygenation and sequestering carbon.
How to Use:
Plant a young seedling, then just add water and sunlight. It's that easy!
Coconut Coir, Perlite, Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss, Pumice, Compost, Biochar, Worm Castings, Soybean Meal, Fish Meal, Oyster Shell Flour, CalPhos, Fish Bone Meal, Crustacean Meal, Kelp Meal, Dolomite, Glacial Rock Dust, Endo-Mycorhizzae, Yucca Extract
2 Pots in a Box is the perfect environment for growing heavy feeding plants like:
Items included in your 2 Pots in a Box Bundle:
Five-Gallon, Cube Fabric Grow Bags
- Handles sewn into the top of each bag for portability
Ten (10) Gallons
Red's Premium Biochar Blend Living Soil
- No fertilizer needed! Just add water and sunlight
- 100% all-natural and organic ingredients—no synthetic chemicals of any kind
to help you get started
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Who We Are
Miller Soils is a family-owned soil business specializing in biochar-based custom blends and grow media.
We’re committed to both our customers and the environment, so we produce only the finest quality all-natural products.
Biochar is made from renewable & organic resources. Biochar can rejuvenate soil, reduce nutrient runoff, and increase water-holding capacity.