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Verve Cacti & succulent Compost 5L
- Growing cactus, succulent and bonsai plants in pots and containers
- 100% coir, wood fibre, biofibre, sand
- To re-pot a cactus plant, first water well 1-2 hours before re-potting. Add a layer of cactus compost in to a slightly larger container. Gently remove plant from its container ensuring hands are protected from spines by wearing gloves. Pop plant into the larger container and top up with more compost. Lightly firm the compost with your fingertips. 6. Avoid watering straight after re-potting. Stand the plant in a lightly shaded position for 2 weeks and then commence watering once signs of new growth appear.
Features and benefits
Verve Cactus, Succulent and Bonsai Compost is ideal for all life stages of your plant, from sowing seeds to re-potting established plants. This Peat free formula ensures better root growth and healthy foliage.
- Feeds for up to 8 weeks after planting
- For use throughout spring & summer
Health and safety
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|Litre capacity (L)||5L|
Awful bug infested rubbish
Plantgrower - 5 days ago
I bought this recently to repot some of my houseplants along with a bag of the other one I reviewed.
I am now fighting an infestation of thrips and have already lost several mature, expensive plants. The fungus gnats are annoying but the thrips are ripping through my plant collection.
full of pests.
RJ321 - 21 days ago
This soil is full of pests. If you buy, your plants will suffer.
When opening the bag, I found flies, spider mites and thrips in one bag! DO NOT BUY!
Poor quality with lots of filler
Steve1962b - 26 days ago
I bought this as it was the only cactus compost I could source locally. The quality is poor in comparison to other brands of cactus compost I have used. There is a lot of wood filler and even some pea shingle sized stones mixed in.
It smells and has the consistency of standard garden compost but with a little more grit and slightly dryer. It's nothing like a proper cactus compost you'd expect.
I used som in the emergency I needed it for but will be binning the rest and buying trusted Levingtons cactus compost instead.
Biggest rip off
Today I feel like Karen - 26 days ago
The bag is tiny and extortionately priced.
Further trying to trick you with the 5ltr label that say in small print underneath ‘when filled’ the quality of soil isn’t even good. They use to sell the decent-ish sized ones but in true bnq spirit obviously decided they weren’t making enough profit.
Don’t support this, find it somewhere else where you’re not being taken for a fool.