What will grow in ericaceous compost?
Simply so, can I use ericaceous compost on all plants?
You will probably have heard of ericaceous compost in terms of what you can grow in it. It is an acidic compost, and suitable for growing rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas, heathers, and other plants that dislike alkaline soil, also known as lime-hating plants.
Beside above, will tomatoes grow in ericaceous compost? 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.
People also ask, 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.
Do Acer trees need ericaceous soil?
Acers need well-draining (but not dry) soil, with plenty of light and, most importantly, a great nutritional profile to help growth and foster those stunning scarlet leaves. As such, most gardeners choose ericaceous compost for acers, and many opt to use a specialist topsoil too.