Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
I have a really nice rhododendron and azalea in tubs, and I want to put then into the ground. I don't know the pH of my soil, but it's good quality, loamy, and very stony.There are no rhododendrons or azaleas in local gardens or growing wild in the area so I'm guessing that the local soil is not the most suitable. Health problem stops me from digging in a mountain of natural additive. What can I add to the soil to make sure they will thrive?
- 9 Jun, 2010