Nepenthes Soil Mix

$18.95

This Nepenthes growing medium is specifically formulated and ideal for Nepenthes and other carnivorous plants that prefer well drained soil. Our Nepenthes potting soil mix is a professional, custom blend specifically designed for bog habitat plants like pitcher plants, and is based on years of growing experience and field studies worldwide.  We offer a variety of custom soil mixes for different carnivorous plants, bog plants, and bog orchids. More details about our premium soil mixes.

Instructions: Moisten nepenthes growing medium before use with mineral-free water, such as distilled, reverse-osmosis or rain water.
Contents: This Pitcher Plant potting soil contains milled and chopped sphagnum peat moss and perlite
Approximate Volume:
   small: 0.5 quarts, 25 cubic inches, enough for one 4" round pot.
   medium: 2.5 quarts, 170 cubic inches, enough for about five 4" round pots.
   bulk pack: 8 quarts, 540 cubic inches, enough for about sixteen 4" round pots.
Caution: Wear gloves when handling any soil medium.

Customer Reviews

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My nepenthes appreciates it!

After doing well for a year, my first nepenthes went downhill fast. Discolored leaves and underdeveloped pitchers. I didn’t expect the need to be repotted to be so dire and was nervous about it, but a month on in this soil and it’s recovering nicely. Will repot religiously now, and will purchase this mix again. Thank you!

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Sam
Good for the plant

Great mix for the plant, but it’s way more cost effective to just make the mix yourself.

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Gene Seemer
Very impressed

The soil was beautiful, soft and airy. I would definitely recommend this mixture. My wife even gave carnivorous plant nursery a sterling review on her youtube channel.

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Cassandra M.
Amazing

Well I used Nepentes soil mix and what it came in Sphagnum! I really like the mixture, my plants have grown so much! I really like the soil much better! Thank you all so much!

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Andrew North
Plants Seem To Like

No complaints. Plants seem to be enjoying it. Time will tell.

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