Sea Grape Plant - Knowledgebase Question

Delray Beach, Fl
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Question by adianethoma
August 16, 2010
I would like to cultivate a seagrape plant for indoors and it was recommended that I use an organic medium soil. Can you recommend one?

Answer from NGA
August 16, 2010
Most any potting soil you purchase pre-packaged is organic in nature. Potting soils contain peat moss, compost, sand and perlite. All are pasteurized or sterilized and some even have the word organic on the package. Since sea grape grows wild in your native soil, why not use a special cactus mix for your plant? You can purchase it pre-packaged. It's mostly sand and gravel so it will drain quickly and keep the roots of your plant healthy.

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