Kanuma soil from Kanuma, Tochigi prefecture, Japan is especially good for Azalea and acid loving Bonsai. Kanuma is from the main satsuki azalea growing area of Japan. It is mined the same as Akadama and is used mostly for acid loving plants. Kanuma facilitates fine hair root growth. It retains moisture and can absorb more water than it’s weight and yet allows for air space. It’s PH varies from 4.5 to 5. Both Akadama and Kanuma simplify the repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather than hard. This soil is named after the region of Japan it comes from. Kanuma is mined from 10 feet below, allowed to air dry, gets crushed and then is sorted into different sizes. Ideal for acid-loving plants such as Azalea, Gardenias and Camellias. You can use it straight, or as an amendment. Available in small and medium Grain. Kanuma is largely used for acid loving plants such as Azalea, Gardenias and Camellias. This is the perfect soil additive for your tropical and azalea bonsai trees. It is lighter both in weight and color than akadama, but retains water and air just as well. This listing is for a one gallon zip lock bag of small size grains. We use USPS Priority Flat Rate boxes for $8.95 to save on shipping costs. The box can hold 2 gallons altogether, or you can add other items that can fit into the box. If you purchase more than one gallon, please wait until we send you an invoice to pay. See my other listings for other sizes.

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Seed Starter Plus Potting Mix ::Top Quality From Schultz This Special germinating mix contains Schultz time-release plant food and is one of our favorites! Provides easy-to-follow seed planting instructions. Excellent for starting all vegetables and flowers Packaged in a handy stand-up “Zipper Seal” bag ::Ready-to-use, lightweight premium mix of Canadian sphagnum peat moss and perlite specially formulated to germinate and grow seeds Provides excellent drainage preventing seedlings from drying out :Contains SchultzTM MultiCote

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Pumice is a good additive to your soil mix for bonsai, cactus and succulents. Pumice helps to make the mixture hold more air (best for root health) and retains an appropreiate amount of water as well as drainage needed for all three types of potted plants. I have pumice available in one quart and one gallon size. You can combine this with other purchases to save on shipping, just e-mail me with your zip for your particular needs and I will calcuate shipping costs for you. This listing is for the one gallon size, see my other listings in my store for the one quart size. Shipping for this size is by USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail of $8.95. You can get 2 – one gallon bags in a Flat Rate box to save on shipping. This means you can combine with Akadama or Kanuma or even other items that will fit with it.

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. All plants do well in akadama, including azaleas. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing the difference I have noticed since changing over, an

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. All plants do well in akadama, including azaleas. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing the difference I have noticed since changing over, and

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. All plants do well in akadama, including azaleas. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing the difference I have noticed since changing over, an

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. All plants do well in akadama, including azaleas, cactus, succulents, orchids and houseplants. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing t

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This potting soil is formulated regionally from Canadian sphagnum peat moss, organic materials (reed-sedge peat or composted forest products), horticultural perlite, an organic wetting agent and lime for proper pH balance. OMRI Listed: Garden Safe All Purpose Potting Mix is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute for use and production of organic food and fiber. Premium-Blend Potting Mix: Canadian sphagnum peat moss, composted organic matter, plus perlite, for excellent drainage, aeration, water and nutrient retention. Contains no yard waste or commodity fillers. Garden Safe Natural organic Plant Food: Enriched with organic plant food that provides both quick and slow release feeding for up to nine months. Contains primary nutrients essential for flowering, plant growth and vegetable yield-naturally. Organic Wetting Agent: Yucca plants have evolved to thrive even in the harshest desert conditions. Our organic wetting agent is a natural extract of yucca that helps to evenly distribute water throughout the mix and to the roots of the plant.

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This potting soil is formulated regionally from Canadian sphagnum peat moss, organic materials (reed-sedge peat or composted forest products), horticultural perlite, an organic wetting agent and lime for proper pH balance. OMRI Listed: Garden Safe All Purpose Potting Mix is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute for use and production of organic food and fiber. Premium-Blend Potting Mix: Canadian sphagnum peat moss, composted organic matter, plus perlite, for excellent drainage, aeration, water and nutrient retention. Contains no yard waste or commodity fillers. Garden Safe Natural organic Plant Food: Enriched with organic plant food that provides both quick and slow release feeding for up to nine months. Contains primary nutrients essential for flowering, plant growth and vegetable yield-naturally. Organic Wetting Agent: Yucca plants have evolved to thrive even in the harshest desert conditions. Our organic wetting agent is a natural extract of yucca that helps to evenly distribute water throughout the mix and to the roots of the plant.

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Kanuma soil from Kanuma, Tochigi prefecture, Japan is especially good for Azalea and acid loving Bonsai. Kanuma is from the main satsuki azalea growing area of Japan. It is mined the same as Akadama and is used mostly for acid loving plants. Kanuma facilitates fine hair root growth. It retains moisture and can absorb more water than it’s weight and yet allows for air space. It’s PH varies from 4.5 to 5. Both Akadama and Kanuma simplify the repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather than hard. This soil is named after the region of Japan it comes from. Kanuma is mined from 10 feet below, allowed to air dry, gets crushed and then is sorted into different sizes. Ideal for acid-loving plants such as Azalea, Gardenias and Camellias. You can use it straight, or as an amendment. Available in small and medium Grain. Kanuma is largely used for acid loving plants such as Azalea, Gardenias and Camellias. This is the perfect soil additive for your tropical and azalea bonsai trees. It is lighter both in weight and color than akadama, but retains water and air just as well. This listing is for a one gallon zip lock bag of medium size grains. We use USPS Priority Flat Rate boxes for $8.95 to save on shipping costs. The box can hold 2 gallons altogether, or you can add other items that can fit into the box. If you purchase more than one gallon, please wait until we send you an invoice to pay. See my other listings for other sizes.

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. All plants do well in akadama, including azaleas. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing the difference I have noticed since changing over, and

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This is a superior soil for your bonsai. Japanese masters use akadama for their highest quality bonsai ? both to promote root growth and provide a medium for optimal water and nutrient retention. Akadama is time tested over centuries in Japan. It is mined from ancient volvanic “soils?, then spread to dry and sifted to separate the grain sizes. In addition to bonsai, akadama has universal uses due to its ability to hold water and nutrients without being water logged. The characteristics of this “soil? includes it?s porosity, stability and it?s ability to store water and mineral nutrients and release these to plant roots. Akadama facilitates fine hair root growth. It is ideal for pot growth because of its properties of moisture retention, drainage and air space. Peat, compost and humus can increase fertility but rapidly break down in container culture because of frequent watering. These organic materials retain water and increase the risk of root rot. Akadama is a great general use “soil? or as an additive to other mixes. Alll plants do well in akadama, including azaleas. I use akadama straight for struggling plants and have great results. I have seen incredible differences in root growth on plants grown in akadama, mainly for its ability to promote fine hair roots. It simplifies repotting chores since roots are fibrous rather and hard and thick. This makes it easier on hands and tools also. Akadama is what the Japanese use and the best soil to use with any bonsai. Adadama is ideal for all bonsai and plants because it tells you when to water, promotes fine feeder roots and is long lasting. When akadama is a light tan color, that means it is dry and when it is a dark brown color, that means it has enough water for the bonsai. You can not over water with akadama. I have found by using akadama that my bonsai do much better, look healthier and are all around easier to care for. It is amazing the difference I have noticed since changing over, an

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