Garden Time Potting Mix
Garden Time Potting Mix
Garden Time Potting Mix contains controlled-release fertilisers and is ideal for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor plants in all seasons.
- A professional potting mix for use in all containers and planters
- Contains six month's supply of nutrients including Osmocote
- Contains a wetting agent to ensure even moisture distribution throughout
- Weed free
How to use
- Water the plant thoroughly before repotting.
- Trim any damaged or tangled roots, gently loosen the root ball and clean off the top 1cm of old mix to eliminate any weeds.
- Partially fill a clean, free draining container with Garden Time™ Potting Mix.
- Place plant into the container, adjusting the level of potting mix under the plant until it is at the desired height.
- Fill the rest of the container with mix to approximately 2cm from the top, gently tapping the pot sides to ensure mix distributes throughout the roots.
- Firm down gently and water thoroughly at regular intervals.
NOTE: Some plants require specialist mixes. For example, cacti and succulents, orchids, acid loving or phosphorus sensitive plants.
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