Can I use multi purpose compost for azaleas?
Also asked, can azaleas grow in multi purpose compost?
Rhododendrons and azaleas are ericaceous plants. There are plenty of dwarf rhododendrons and azaleas that will be very happy growing in pots, in good ericaceous compost, which is available from garden centres and compost suppliers. Look out for R.
Secondly, do Azaleas need ericaceous compost? Ericaceous compost is an acidic compost suited to growing lime-hating plants such as rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, calluna and various other acid-loving plants.
Beside this, what compost do I need for azalea?
Growing azaleas in pots Use ericaceous compost, but try to find one with a loamy content and not too much peat, because loam-based composts hold nutrients and have a far better structure, making watering and feeding easier.
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.