New reply from VeteS

<p>Yes, you can definitely grow azaleas using peat-free compost. Azaleas are generally adaptable and can thrive in a variety of growing mediums. When using peat-free compost, make sure it is well-draining and acidic, as azaleas prefer slightly acidic soil. You can amend the compost with materials like leaf mold, pine bark, or composted wood chips to create a suitable environment for your azaleas. Additionally, regular watering and mulching will help maintain moisture levels and provide essential nutrients. By choosing peat-free compost, you are taking a positive step towards reducing peat use and promoting sustainable gardening practices.

Original Post by Effie

Can I grow azaleas using peat free compost? I am trying to cut down on peat use.

<p>Can I grow azaleas using peat free compost? I am trying to cut down on peat use, but have a few azaleas to plant.</p>


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