Soil for Caudex plants (Hanagokoro)

$13.00 incl. GST
  • 2L
In Stock


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  • "Hanagokoro" Soil for Caudex Plants is a specialized potting mix crafted to cater to the unique needs of caudex plants, known for their swollen, bulbous stems and interesting growth habits.
  • This potting soil is formulated with a specific blend of organic materials and soil conditioners to create the ideal environment for caudiciform plants.
  • It typically contains a well-balanced mix of organic matter, perlite, and other soil conditioners that provide excellent drainage, aeration, and moisture retention.
  • "Hanagokoro" Soil for Caudex Plants may also include a tailored blend of essential nutrients, such as nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), often represented as NPK ratios on the packaging.
  • The soil mix is designed to support the unique growth patterns of caudex plants, ensuring that their swollen stems remain healthy and vibrant.
  • This specialized soil blend helps prevent overwatering, which can be detrimental to caudiciform plants, by allowing excess moisture to drain away quickly.
  • "Hanagokoro" Soil for Caudex Plants is suitable for potting and repotting various caudex plant species, including adeniums, pachypodiums, and dorstenias.
  • To use, simply fill the planting container or pot with this soil mix and plant your caudex specimen following the recommended guidelines.
  • Regular use of this potting soil can help caudex plants thrive by providing the right balance of nutrients, moisture, and root support.
  • Whether you're a caudiciform collector or a hobbyist, this soil mix is an excellent choice for promoting healthy growth and the unique caudex characteristics of your plants.
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