Acid Loving Plants

Description

There are a select number of plants that are acid loving and require acidic soils. These include most Australian natives, Gardenia,  Azaleas and Camellias which are well known for their stunning spring blooms and their versatile use in garden landscapes such as hedges, topiary, potted plants and even placed as stand alone features.  It is essential to provide acid loving plants right products to meet their specialised nutritional requirements and get the most out of them.

Products to Use Acid Loving Plants

Azalea Camellia & Gardenia Plant Food

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General Information Azalea Camellia & Gardenia Plant Food is a balanced formulation of essential nutrients specifically formulated for all acid loving trees and shrubs. Added phosphorus and nitrogen content encourages strong flowering and healthy foliage while trace elements provide overall health and vitality. Low phosphorous formulation. Ingredients NPK = 7-1-9 How to Use Azalea Camellia […]… View Page

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Ferticote Rose, Gardenia, Azalea & Camellia

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Amgrow Ferticote Rose, Gardenia, Azalea & Camellia is a specific combination of nutrients for optimum growth of roses and acid loving plants such as Azaleas, Camellias and Gardenias. Rich in nitrogen, magnesium and iron, this specific formulation will promote healthy strong root growth, lush green foliage and increased flowering. Added trace elements will keep leaves […]… View Page

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Nutrafeed Gardenia, Azalea and Camellia

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Nutrafeed Gardenia, Azalea and Camellia is a specially formulated, balanced, complete fertiliser for gardenias, camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons and all other plants that like acid soil. It will supply the essential nutrients and trace elements required for healthy growth by feeding the roots and the leaves. Ideal for all types of acidic soil loving plants, containing […]… View Page

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