Cacti & Succulents

Plant Juice and Bloom Juice Dilution Instructions

Use ½ ounce per gallon of dechlorinated water for all cacti and succulents in 4–6 inch pots. For pots larger than 6 inches use 1-2 ounces per gallon of dechlorinated water.

Ancient Soil, Bloomin' Soil and Worm Casting Directions

Mix in 1 tablespoon for all cacti and succulents in 4–6-inch pots. For pot 6- 10 inches mix in 2 tablespoons. For pots 10 inches or larger with multiple cacti and succulents mix in ¼ of a cup

Optimal Elm Dirt Growth for All Cacti and Succulents

Strart by mixing the recommend amount of ancient soil above based on pot size. Apply ½-2 ounces of plant juice per gallon of water and apply every time you normally water the plant. Soil needs to be very well-draining soil and allow cacti and succulents to dry out completely before their next watering. Cacti, and succulents are drought tolerant.

The number one killer of cacti and succulents is overwatering!

Optimal Flowering with Elm Dirt for All Cacti and Succulents

Strart by mixing the recommend amount of ancient soil above based on pot size and using plant juice than switching to bloom juice when cacti and/or succulents show signs of buding before the flowering stage. Apply a 1/2-inch bloomin earth to the top of the soil. You will continue to use bloom juice until the flowering stage is over and switch back to the plant booster.

List of Cacti and Succuelents - all Cactuses, Snake plant (sansevieria), Jade plant, Sedum, Crown of Thorns, Aalanchoe, Aloe vera, Agave, Echeveria, Stone crop, Zz plant, Ponytail palm, Hens and Chicks, Mother of Thousands, Living stones, String of Pearls; bananas, dolphin, hearts, turtles, tears, pickles, tacos and necklace

Ficus Plants

Plant Juice Dilution Instructions

Use 1 ounce per gallon of dechlorinated water. Apply once a month for all Ficus Plants for the first month to prevent the plant from going into shock. For all Ficus Plants under 2 feet use up to 2 ounces per gallon of dechlorinated water. Ficus Plants larger than 2 feet use 3-4 ounces per gallon for larger. Apply once a month in the summer and once every 2 months in the winter.

Anicent Earth and/or Worm Casting Directions

Depending on the size of the pot mix 20% of Ancient Soil and/or Worm Casting with 80% of a soil medium. An example of soil medium for all Ficus Plants is; 50% peat moss or coco coir, 20% perlite or vermiculite, 10% coarse sand. Another option for all Ficus Plants is 80% cactus soil.
Soil Tips: All Ficus plants require well-draining, well-aerated and fertile soil. Do not use garden soil as this does not drain well. Avoid soil used for roses and azaleas since these are acidic soils. Make sure all Ficus plants are living in a pot with good drainage holes.

Optimal Elm Dirt Growth for All Ficus Plants

Ancient Soil / Worm Casting Use: Start by mixing in recommended amount given above into the soil, for a newly potted or repotted plant. Re-apply Ancient Soil every time you re-pot about once a year in the springtime.
Use Plant Juice once a month during your regular watering routine during the growing season and every two months when dormant.
Care Tips: Most Ficus Plants need their leaves cleaned regularly add ½ ounce (1 tablespoon) of plant juice to a spray bottle filled with room temperature water. Spray individual leaves with this mixture and use a clean cloth to gently wipe the dust off leaves, this helps the plant fully absorb light and carbon dioxide to live. Helps prevent pests such as mealybugs and spider mites. Keeps the plant thriving, and makes the leaves shine.

List of Ficus Plants - Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila), Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrate), Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica), Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina), Ficus Alii, African Fig, Ficus Ginseng (also a type of bonsai) and Bengal Fig (Ficus Audrey)