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* ½ gallon / 2 dry quarts of Bamboo or Bonsai Plant Potting Soil Mix *2 quarts / 8 cup bag- can fill 22 (2″ pots) or 11 (3″ pots) or 4.5 (4″ pots). Please word, that is an estimate and the quantity could fluctuate barely, primarily based upon plant stem dimension and root dimension. * Custom mix soil from Baby Violets ready in Maryland, USA. *This can be utilized for fortunate bamboo, bamboo shoots, rhizome bamboo, cherry bonsai, fig bonsai and desert rose bonsai crops. * Custom mix incorporates 50% peat moss & 50% perlite. * This excessive perlite peat-based soil combine is good for water delicate crops and low gentle rising circumstances. * The perlite (tremendous coarse), supplies additional drainage and is chemically inert and sterile. * There aren’t any additional components to this potting combine, no fertilizers, simply peat moss and perlite.
½ gallon / 2 dry quarts of Bamboo or Bonsai Plant Potting Soil Mix. Soil is packed in a resealable clear poly zip bag. Soil may be saved within the bag so long as its stored dry. One bag of soil can fill, can fill 22 (2″ pots) or 11 (3″ pots) or 4.5 (4″ pots).
This can be utilized for fortunate bamboo, bamboo shoots, rhizome bamboo, cherry bonsai, fig bonsai and desert rose bonsai crops.
Soil incorporates 50% peat moss & 50% perlite. There aren’t any additional components to this potting combine and no fertilizers. The perlite (tremendous coarse), supplies additional drainage and is chemically inert and sterile. This is a light-weight, ethereal soil combine. Not dense, compressed or compacted.
To use this combine, be certain to moist the soil utterly, combine 1 cup soil with 2 cups water, add water slowly, 1/2 cup at a time, mix with fingers, combine until soil is not dry and is moist. Can depart soil + water combine in a single day to ensure all of the water is absorbed and the soil is moistened correctly.* Do not re-pot the plant with dry soil, first moisten the soil combine in a separate container/tray after which use moist soil to re-pot the plant.

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