What Is Ericaceous Compost?

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Ericaceous compost is a mixture of different proportions of sterilised loam, peat, sharp sand, and acidic fertiliser. It is used mostly on acid loving plants such as heathers, rhododendrons and azaleas. It can be used both indoors for potted plants and outdoors for cultivation of ericaceous plants.
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Acidic compost for plants that love acid conditions, like azaleas, rhododendrons, blueberries, camellias, heathers, magnolias--if you've been told to 'acidify the soil' use some ericaceous
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Ericaceous compost is compost suitable for all lime-hating plants. Examples of plants that require ericaceous compost include full-moon maple, lady fern and false indigo. For more
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Ericaceous compost is compost suitable for all lime-hating plants. Examples of plants that require ericaceous compost include full-moon maple, lady fern and false ...
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