PittMoss Helping Area Residents Grow Fresh Produce at Home
PittMoss based in Ambridge, is giving away free produce seeds to its customers with every purchase of its Plentiful Organic Potting Mix and discounting products to help customers start their own gardens at a time when many are concerned about the food available to their families.
PittMoss will deliver its recycled soil with seed packets so you can start a Victory Garden
The Ambridge-based company, a 2014 winner of “Shark Tank” — for its environmentally-friendly alternative to peat-based potting soil — is offering packets of seeds for carrots, tomatoes and lettuce with every purchase of its Plentiful Organic Potting Mix, made for gardens or raised beds
PittMoss: The magic is in the mix for this planting medium
In the past, PittMoss has only provided its product to commercial growers, but this season PittMoss is available locally at garden centers, through Amazon and the company’s website. It’s super absorbent, and doesn’t need to be watered as often as other mediums, because it drains well, Scott says.
PittMoss Introduces Their Revolutionary Growing Media to the Public
PittMoss, who previously sold its growing media only to commercial growers, announces its products are available for retail sale. PittMoss manufactures next-generation gardening amendments and mixes, unlike anything available on the market. Their products have been rigorously tested in EPA and greenhouse trials, consistently outperforming the competition.