Soil for Heather, Hydrangea, Rhododendrons

Slightly acidic peat soil completely ready for growing heathers, hydrangeas, rhododendrons, and other plants with similar requirements for soil quality, both in container culture and in open ground when arranging heather gardens and planting berry patches.


When planting, fill the hole with soil, water, place a plant, slightly compact, pour a layer (1-3 cm) of mulching material on top. Add peat soil annually at the rate of 3-5 liters per plant.



The composition of the soil

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

Nutrient content

(forms available for plants)
mg/l, not less than
Nitrogen (NH4 + N03) 100
Phosphorus (Р2О5) 90
Potassium (К2О) 100
Acidity: pH of salt suspension, not less than 5,0
Moisture content, not more than 65%