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Volcanic Pumice

  • Gardening Pumice

  • 3/8" Screened

  • 8 quarts

  • 3/8 Volcanic Pumice for plants

    Great for Garden beds with large plants and trees

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    3/8" Screened

    3/8 Pumice 

    3/8 Pumice

    Planting a tree

    How to Use Pumice on Plants and trees

    Gardening pumice stone relies upon the necessities of individual plants, yet for most succulents, basically mix half and half pumice with any modest, sacked gardening soil. For fine leaved succulents, I blend 40 percent pumice with 60 percent gardening soil; for desert plants and hefty euphorbias, the opposite, around (60 percent pumice and 40 percent fertilized soil). For succulents and different plants that can't sit in wet soil, improve drainage by adding to the flower beds with a blend of 25% garden soil, 25% pumice, 25% compost and 25% sharp (large grain) sand. Desert Plants like the cactus store high moisture and prone to rotting, (for example, fat euphorbias) add about half with pumice (50%). On the off chance that changing the dirt in the garden bed is not an alternative, fill the planting gap with pumice so roots are encompassed by it. Use pumice as a topdressing to assimilate water that puddles around plants. For succulents jeopardized by delicate, wet soil, utilize a metal bar or sweeper handle to circle the plant with vertical passages (air openings) a few feet down. Space them 12-18 inches separated and about that a long way from the base of the plant. (The objective is to add pumice to the dirt however not to harm roots.)

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