John Innes No.3
Growise John Innes No. 3 Compost is ideal for final planting of larger and more mature plants and vegetables into larger containers and flower beds. It contains the traditional John Innes No 3 mixture of loam, peat and grit with a higher nutrient content for stronger plants.
Growise John Innes No. 3 Compost is carefully balanced to meet the nutritional needs at this growth stage and for final potting of mature plants.
Ideal for use:
- Mature Garden Plants
- Final Potting
- Top Dressing
Put an inch or two of compost in a pot. Remove the plant from its old pot by turning it upside down and gently tapping the rim. Put the plant in the new pot and add compost. Firm the compost with your fingertips, leaving room at the top of the pot for watering. Water the plant and allow it to drain. Cover the pot to retain moisture and keep it warm.
Dig a hole that is a few inches wider than the root ball. Add a thick layer of compost all round the hole. Place the plant in the hole, making sure that the plant is at the same level as it was in the pot. Fill the hole with a 50:50 mixture of compost and soil. Firm the mixture around the plant and then water it well.
Growise John Innes No. 3 Compost is not suitable for ericaceous plants such as rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias. For this group of plants you should use Growise Ericaceous Compost.
People who use this compost also like our Shamrock Multipurpose with Organic Green Compost Provides a higher level of nutrients and extra moisture retention to promote larger, stronger plants and longer blooming than standard multipurpose compost.