Black Gold African Violet Potting Soil – 8QT

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$6.99

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Highlights: This African Violet potting mix is specially formulated with a balanced blend of ingredients and pH to help create a rich and porous medium for growing beautiful beautiful foliage and flowers.

Size & Package: 8 Quart

Benefits: A great balanced blend for sensitive plants such as African Violets, Gloxinia, Sinningia, Steptocarpus.
How to use: Select a container that will have enough room for the Black Gold soil to cover the root system. Remove the plant from old home and carefully brush old soil from roots. Place plant in the center of new container and cover with soil avoiding to cover the base of the stem. Firm the soil around your plant by pressing gently with your hands. Water your plant thoroughly, allowing the excess to drain out the bottom and add more soil if needed. Enjoy your plant!

Suggested Uses: Containers & Hanging Baskets, Garden Care, Garden Supplies, Indoor Plant[

Special Characteristics:
  • 8 Quart
  • Great for African violets and other sensitive plants such as Gloxinia, Sinningia, Streptocarpus
  • Provides a well balanced blend of ingredients and pH to create beautiful foliage and flowers
  • Includes peat moss, bark, compost, perlite/pumice/cinders, earthworm castings, and organic fertilizer

Black Gold potting soils are specially formulated to maintain your plant’s delicate natural balance. This mix is specially formulated with a balanced blend of ingredients and pH to help create a rich and porous medium for growing beautiful beautiful foliage and flowers. African violets and other sensitive plants such as Gloxinia, Sinningia, Streptocarpus do very well in this soil. It includes peat moss, bark, compost, perlite/pumice/cinders, earthworm castings, and organic fertilizer.

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