Soil for Azalea

Completely ready nutritious peat soil for growing (planting, transplanting) azaleas and other indoor plants with similar requirements for soil quality, such as a slightly acidic environment


When planting (transplanting) at the bottom of the pot, pour drainage, then a little soil, put the plant in the pot, carefully, without spoiling the earth clod and roots. Add soil to the desired level in the pot, lightly tamp, moisten.

When grafting by cutting: select apical azalea cuttings. They are best rooted in spring (March, April). Cut the cuttings up to 10 cm long, while the apical bud and undeveloped leaves must be removed. Leave 2-3 intact and healthy leaves on the cutting. Cut the lower part of the cutting at an angle (about 45°) and slightly fill with a stimulator. Then place the cuttings in small containers filled with soil and spray. Cover the cuttings in containers with a film.



The composition of the soil

A mixture of peat of various degrees of decomposition
Limestone flour
Complex mineral fertilizer (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium)
The agroperlite

Nutrient content

forms available for plants)
mg/l, not less than
Nitrogen (NH4 + N03) 100
Phosphorus (Р2О5) 130
Potassium (К2О) 140
Acidity: pH of salt suspension, not less than 5,0
Moisture content, not more than 65%