The first true innovation in potting mix since… well, a long time. Ready to experience it for yourself?
Glee Potting Mix is a proprietary blend of Canadian Sphagnum peat moss, HydraFiber®, limestone, gypsum, a wetting agent, and fertilizer. HydraFiber® is a thermally refined fiber made from pine trees, which gardeners can feel great about using, since it’s made entirely of renewable resources and helps reduce carbon footprint. Contains 6 months of extended release fertilizer.
The magic of Glee Potting Mix starts with HydraFiber®, an advanced growing medium that’s not actually magic (we think…). It’s science! HydraFiber® is made of thermally-refined pine bark and chips that have been put through our patented process to make this seemingly-magical product.
What does that geekspeak mean for you and your plants? Let’s take off this lab coat and tell you. It means consistent results, every time. It means better root development and more efficient water absorption. It means you can keep your area tidier and your hands cleaner, and have less cleanup. It means a happier, easier way to grow that feels like, well… magic!
Glee comes packaged as a highly-compressed material, which is why it’s in a small and lightweight bag. It expands to 2.5x its size, though, so the 0.4 cubic foot bag will actually yield 1 cubic foot of potting mix – matching other similar mixes in the market. One bag of Glee is enough to fill 25 quarts!
How to Use
- Pick the right pot & fill with Glee
Move your plant into its new home
- Glee works great for all plants in all containers, including raised beds, indoor pots, or wherever you grow! So you can pick whatever type or style of container you like. For a traditional pot, pick one that’s slightly larger around than the root ball of the plant (and has a drainage hole). Don’t be afraid to loosen the root ball up a bit.
Water normally first, less later
- Fluff that stuff! Glee expands as you work with it, so start with just a little. Position your plant so the top of the root ball is about 1” from the top of the pot or container and adjust as needed. Fill the container to the top and gently form the mix around the plant.
- For the first watering, water thoroughly. Top your container off with more Glee if settling occurs and water some more. Make sure you read this next part, because it’s very important: to assess watering needs, check the moisture level 2” below the surface. Don’t just touch the top – Glee maintains moisture, so you’ll water less frequently than traditional potting mix, but it holds that water down by the roots that need it, not on the surface.