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The name 'ericaceous' comes from the Latin name for heathers, Erica!

We inherited a pot with camellia some years ago and it wasn't doing very well...

non ericaceous compost this year we took the plant out altogether and replaced the old compost with this one:

...and a 'miracle' happened as promised on the bag (ha, ha)...

after changing compost to ericaceous

We also fed the plant with a special 'acid-loving plants' feed for 3 months and it looks amazing now. No yellow leaf in site!

So worth the time and money investment.

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