Can I use ericaceous compost on all plants?
Likewise, people ask, what will grow in ericaceous compost?
Ericaceous plants are plants that don't like growing in soils that contain lime. They are also known as 'acid lovers' or 'lime haters'. Ericaceous plants include Rhododendron, Camellia, Azalea, Pieris, summer-flowering heathers (calluna) and even Japanese maples (Acer) among others. This also applies to Blueberries.
Subsequently, question is, do daphnes like ericaceous compost? It is best planted where its scent can be appreciated and in combination with other late winter flowering shrubs. Daphne requires a sheltered position in an ericaceous soil and do not require pruning. Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' is semi-evergreen with highly fragrant purple-pink and white flowers.
Keeping this in view, can I use ericaceous compost for tomatoes?
Ericaceous compost. Potatoes don't like lime, it gives them scab, and Tomatoes are a member of the Potato family. So does the same condition apply to Tomatoes. If it does then I take it that there is no lime in a Tomato grow bag.
Can I grow bedding plants in ericaceous compost?
Ericaceous compost is lime free for acid-loving (ie lime-hating) plants, such as camellias and rhododendrons, and pot plants, such as gardenias and azaleas. House-plant compost is multipurpose compost in small bags, especially for people who only need a little at a time.