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Verve Houseplant Compost 10L
- Growing houseplants in pots
- 100% coir, wood fibre, biofibre
- To re-pot a houseplant, water well 1-2 hours before re-potting. Add a layer of compost to a slightly larger pot. Gently remove plant from pot. Pop plant into the larger pot and top up with compost. Lightly firm the compost with your fingertips and water. To refresh the compost for mature plants in pots, carefully remove about 3-5cm of old compost from the surface and replace with fresh compost. Water well.
Features and benefits
Verve Houseplant Compost has been formulated to lock in moisure and give your flowers and foliage the nutrients they need to grow. This Peat free hearty mix won't suit acid-loving plants such as Rhododendrons, Heathers, Azaleas and Camelias.
- Feeds for up to 8 weeks after planting
- For use throughout Spring & Summer
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Litre capacity (L)||10L|
Plantgrower - 4 days ago
i bought this to repot some of my houseplants three weeks ago. i am now struggling with an infestation of thrips and have already lost several plants due to the insects spreading from this compost, some of which were mature and expensive plants to replace. awful product.
Do not buy
Nessaa - 6 days ago
Full of fungus gnats, cheap quality not worth the hassle.
sabah - 8 days ago
The soil was dreadful. Full of plastic and brick pieces. I originally bought two bags and had to return one as it was that dreadful.
BeckyF55 - 13 days ago
House is absolutely full of fungus gnats since re-potting & topping up houseplants, takes forever to dry out and turns to rock once it finally does. Worst I have used by a mile.
Sal233 - 18 days ago
Same experience as other reviewers. After re-potting a couple of plants fungus gnats appeared everywhere, I could not figure out why so checked the soil and there was gnats all in the soil !