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2 Types of Organic Soil at Costco

Organic Soil at Costco 2023

New for Spring 2023 in the gardening and seasonal items you’ll find 2 types of Miracle Gro organic soil at Costco this year – Costco carries both Organic raised bed & in-ground soil, as well as organic moisture control potting mix soil. Both are giant 50 quart bags and right around $10! 50 quart bags weigh about 35 lbs so lift with your legs when you pick these up!

Whether you’re planning to plant a whole garden, or just putting a few seedlings into a garden bed, you’ve got options in the Costco seasonal gardening section – in addition to these two choices of organic soil at Costco, you’ll also find patio succulent arrangements, flower bulbs, multiple patio sets and patio covers/umbrellas, kayaks, flowering plants and shrubs, and more!


Don’t forget to check out our Costco Organic Shopping List and follow us on Instagram for all our Organic Costco Finds!

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Miracle Grow Organic In-Ground & Garden Bed Soil

Miracle Gro Organic Choice In-Ground & Raised Bed Soil 50 Quart Bag is Costco Item Number 1618290 and costs $9.79 in-store.


  • For use with vegetables, flowers, herbs, trees and shrubs
  • OMRI Listed
  • Ideal for use in containers
  • Made with compost

Miracle Grow Organic Potting Soil

Miracle Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix 50 Quart Bag is Costco Item 137969 and costs $10.99 in-store.


  • Protects from over and under watering with yucca coir
  • OMRI Listed
  • Ideal for use in containers
  • Made with compost

Miracle Gro organic soils and potting mix is not currently available online at costco.com. Find all the fertilizers, mulch and soil options available from costco.com here.

This Instagram post is from last year, but the products are the same if you want to see the product.

2 Kinds of Organic Soil at Costco from Miracle Gro

Ordering Organic Soil on Same Day Costco

You can order your organic soil from Costco on Same Day Costco, it costs about 15-20% more – just PLEASE make sure you consider that these bags of soil weight 30-40 lbs – that’s hard work to deliver those and warrants an extra tip 🙂

Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix with Compost, 50 qt

Miracle Gro In-Ground & Raised Bed Planting Mix, 50 qt

What are you planting in your garden this year? We just planted mint, parsley, carrots and tomatoes….we can’t wait for them to grow! We get to plant early here in California. If you haven’t seen these garden supplies at your Costco, give in a few more weeks…they’re very likely coming soon!

See the organic soil at Costco from last year here. This year we haven’t seen the Whitney Farms brand, just the two Miracle Gro options, but we’ll put out an update if we spot it!

Organic Gardening Ideas

Need some ideas? Here are a few container gardening plant combinations from Miracle Gro:

  • Pizza Garden (22-inch or larger pot – a half whiskey barrel works well): determinate (bush) tomato, oregano, chives, basil
  • Lemonade Garden (20-inch or larger pot): Stevia, lemon balm, lemon mint, lemon basil
  • Bouquet Garni Herb Garden (20-inch or larger pot): rosemary, thyme, sage, small bay laurel
  • Mexican Herb Garden (16-inch or larger pot): Cilantro, oregano, thyme, parsley, mint*
  • Ice Cream Herb Garden (16-inch or larger pot): Lemon verbena, anise hyssop, rose geranium; or mint, thyme, lemon verbena.

* Mint spreads easily, so plant it first in a smaller pot, then plant that pot in the larger container.

Pollinator Garden Herbs

Interested in attracting butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators into your yard and garden? Try planting these herbs! Prep your soil with an organic soil like those above, and try any of these herbs, many of which you can cook with too, so 2-fer!

  • Herbs
  • Rosemary
  • Borage
  • Dill
  • Fennel
  • Thyme
  • Lavender
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • Mint
  • Pineapple sage

More Organic Costco Features

Have you tried either of these Miracle Gro Organic Soil options at Costco this year? What did you think? We’e love to hear your experience and your opinion! Please leave us your thoughts on either the in-ground soil or the potting mix in the comments! And tell us what you’re growing this year!

Happy Gardening!!

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