Wonder Soil 3-1/2in Coir Pot with Wafers, Pack of 10

Wonder Soil® 3-1/2in Coir Pot with Wafers, Pack of 10

Just pop the Wonder Soil wafers into the pots, add water and stir—so easy!

Tired of lugging heavy bags of potting soil around? Save your back with Wonder Soil. Just add water to the compressed Wonder Soil and watch it expand up to 9 times its original volume. Great for seed starting, this soil-less medium contains a mix of coconut coir, peat moss, nutrients, and water-absorbing polymers. These special biodegradable polymers store and release water as needed for healthier plants and less watering. Recommended for containers, cuttings, or adding to planting holes to reduce watering.

Just pop the Wonder Soil wafers into the pots, add water and stir. The neat little wafers expand to become exactly the right amount of soil for planting seeds. In addition to being less messy than potting soil, Wonder Soil promotes quick growth of plants. And the all-natural pot makes re-potting the plant simple! Includes 10 coir pots and Wonder Soil wafers.


WS35P
0.600000 lbs
In Stock
Qty Price
11 $

8.99

2 + $

7.99



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Specs

  • Ingredients are coir pith, Canadian peat, and Acrylamide Potassium Acrylate Co-polymer

Product Benefits

Lightweight and easy to handle Better drainage Biodegradable

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FAQ

QUESTION: What is coir? ANSWER: Coir is coarse fiber that comes from coconut husks. QUESTION: What is the Acrylamide Potassium Acrylate Co-polymer? ANSWER: It is the product that holds and releases water in the potting mix; similar to our Terra-Sorb product

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

Customer Reviews

5 Stars Great seed starting

from AZ wrote :

These are great. I used them to start yellow squash and cucumbers inside. Within one week, they had their true leaves and lots of roots. Very healthy plants. I have tried plenty of seed starting medium but this is the best. Only issue is I broke the side of the pot when I stirred the mix in the pot. May need to let the buttons expand first, and then put it into the pot.