"There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments"
~ Janet Kilburn Phillips
Regular garden variety potting soil and compost are not suitable for carnivorous plants as the mineral and salt content will burn the roots and kill off your plant quite quickly
Carnivorous plants have adapted to growing in nutrient-poor soils. Terrestrial plants in particular are often rich in peat and sand, which is the reason why these ingredients often form the foundation for most of the carnivorous plant soil blends we offer
These soil blends are professionally mixed with the perfect ingredients, focussing on every carnivorous plant species' water retention and drainage needs
We are so confident in the quality and efficacy of thesePROmixesthat we use it for our own plants too
In order to maintain healthy and vigorous plants, we recommend repotting your carnivorous plants, into fresh soil, every 1 - 2 years during dormancy