Soil for Begonia

Completely ready nutritious peat soil for growing (planting, transplanting) begonia and other indoor plants with similar requirements for soil quality.


When planting: pour drainage with a layer of 2-3 cm, pour soil, plant the flower gently spreading the roots, slightly compact, moisten. When propagating by seeds: fill soil in containers, moistening in advance. Spread the seeds on the surface, spray with water from a sprayer, cover the container, periodically aerating.

When grafting by cutting: pour drainage into the planting container. This layer should cover the bottom of the container not more than 2 cm deep. Pour soil on top of it, but not to the very top. To plant it in the ground, make a small depression. After planting the stem, cover it with slightly tamped soil for stability of planting material.



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) 120
Phosphorus (Р2О5) 180
Potassium (К2О) 180
Acidity: pH of salt suspension, not less than 5,5
Moisture content, not more than 65%