Key range features
• Macro and micro trace elements encourage strong roots and plant growth
• Feeds continuously for months
• Potting soil provides the ideal moisture and nutrient environment for healthier, stronger and better-quality plants

How to use
• Use Garden Master Potting soil straight from the bag – don’t mix it with other materials
• Choose a clean container with large drainage holes and partly fill it with fresh mix out of the bag
• Carefully lift the plant to be potted up from its existing pot. Gently loosen the root area without disturbing the roots too much and remove any damaged, dried out or
twisted roots
• Place the plant in the centre of the pot (if potting up individually) or position it where you want it to grow in a larger container that will eventually hold several plants
• Fill in with Garden Master Potting soil to within 2-3 cm of the top rim of the pot and press down lightly
• Tap the new pot or container gently on the bench to help the new mix settle in and around the roots – do not pack it down
• Water the pot thoroughly (until water runs from the drainage holes) then allow it to drain freely. If necessary, top the mix up again to the suggested level
• Place the pot or container in the shade for a few days to allow the plant to settle and adapt before moving back to its permanent home

Close the bag tightly after use