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Ericaceous Soil

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Ericaceous Compost

…pot them up. Ericaceous compost has a low, acid pH which allows acid-loving plants to absorb iron and other nutrients properly. In ordinary compost with a higher pH, these vital nutrients become 'locked up' in the soil creating weak, spindly growth and yellowing…  More Info

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Chempak® Ericaceous Fertiliser

…pieris and other acid-loving plants. Directions for use: Chempak Ericaceous Fertiliser is a multifunctional product providing essential trace elements unavailable in high pH soils and an acidifier to lower soil pH, thereby releasing further natural trace…  More Info

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Calluna vulgaris 'Trio-Girls'

…colourful blooms in late summer and autumn. Like many heathers, Calluna vulgaris 'Trio-Girls' enjoy an acid soil, making them perfect for containers and acid beds using ericaceous compost. Where soils are naturally acid, you can enjoy year round colour in…  More Info

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Leucothoe axillaris 'Curly Red'

…hardy and are ideal for acid-soiled shady borders. They look particularly good when mixed with other evergreen shrubs, such as those the amber-leaved Euonymus. With less acidic soils, you can grow Leucothoe in containers using an ericaceous compost mix. Height: 1.5m …  More Info

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Meconopsis 'Lingholm'

…planting soil needs to be neutral to slightly acidic, moist but well-drained and enriched with leaf mould or bulky garden compost. The site should be partially shaded with shelter from cold, dry winds. Customers with sandy or chalky alkaline soils might like to try…  More Info

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Leucothoe 'Scarletta'

…shady borders. These lovely shrubs combine beautifully with other evergreens, particularly golden leaved varieties, such as Euonymus. Where the soil is not naturally acidic, you can grow Leucothoe easily in patio containers using an ericaceous compost mix. Height: 1…  More Info

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Nurseryman's Choice Pieris

…in patio containers as well as making an excellent border shrub. Pieris plants are best grown in borders with acidic soil or patio containers containing acidic (ericaceous) compost. To allow us to offer you such a good price, we can't take orders for specific…  More Info

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Azalea 'Geisha Orange'

…glossy foliage and clusters of vibrant, reddish orange flowers throughout late spring. It thrives on acid soil - if your borders aren?t acidic you can still enjoy it by planting in ericaceous compost in a large pot and always watering with rain water, best collected…  More Info

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Arbutus unedo

…edible fruits, is an asset to any garden, being evergreen and providing year-round interest. Unusually for an ericaceous plant, it is lime-tolerant and can be grown in a variety of soil conditions. The off-white pitcher-shaped flowers and red fruits may be produced…  More Info

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Pieris japonica 'Passion'

…small pink-red flowers. This 'Lily of the Valley Shrub' requires minimum pruning, but it can be pruned to a required size and this will encourage vigorous flowering. It is best grown in borders with acidic soil or patio containers containing acidic (ericaceous)compost.…  More Info

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