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Bananas (Musa, Ensete) / RHS Gardening


Peat-free growing media...Peat-free growing media
how to grow sweet potatoes / RHS Gardening


When growing in containers, any good-quality compost should be suitable, including peat-free
How to grow trachelospermum / RHS Gardening


planting in a container ? use John Innes No 3 potting compost, or a good quality multipurpose or peat-free compost
Cut and come again salads / RHS Gardening


When sowing into containers, use peat-free multipurpose compost or garden soil mixed with compost or grow bags
How to grow nerines / RHS Gardening


3, peat-free multipurpose compost and gritty sand
Azaleas indoors / RHS Gardening


A suitable potting compost can be made from equal parts leafmould , composted bark, and lime-free sharp sand (alternatively, buy an ericaceous peat-free compost...Plunge the pots to the rim in a bed of ericaceous peat-free compost to avoid the danger of frequent drying out
How to grow gerberas / RHS Gardening


Use rich, gritty, free-draining compost, such as peat-free multi-purpose compost or John Innes No 2, with extra grit to improve drainage
How to grow hebes / RHS Gardening


Use a peat-free multipurpose potting compost, or for more permanent planting a loam-based compost such as John Innes No
How to grow skimmia / RHS Gardening


Use a peat-free multi-purpose compost with added John Innes or a 50:50 mix of John Innes No...3 and peat-free multi-purpose compost
Begonias: outdoors / RHS Gardening


When the leaves are showing, pot into individual 10-12.5cm (4-5in) pots of John Innes No 2 compost or multipurpose compost, including peat-free ones

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