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Westland Citrus Potting Mix is specially formulated for potting or re-potting citrus plants. Enriched with Seramis® granules to absorb and release water and nutrients, this mix keeps your citrus plants hydrated and nourished whenever it needs it. This dry, free draining, peat free mix is enriched with perlite for airflow and draining therefore preventing overwatering. Additionally, this mix acts as a natural deterrent to flies, creating an environment where your citrus plants can flourish.

The added zinc complex not only aids faster repotting establishment but also promotes stronger root growth, leading to more abundant fruiting.  This Citrus Potting Mix reduces plant stress and boosts the plant’s resilience.

Westland Citrus Potting Mix is a tailored care package for your citrus plants. Transform your citrus gardening journey, providing your plants with an environment that encourages growth, resilience, and a bounty of fruits.

  • Added Seramis® granules for water management
  • Enriched with perlite for airflow and drainage
  • Promotes healthy root growth
  • Reduces plant stress and boosts resilience
  • Peat Free
  • Perfect for all citrus trees including Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, Calamondin, Kumquat and Lime
  • Use with our Citrus Feed for even better results

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Sizes available

  • 10L
  • Product Details
  • How to Use
  • Tips & Advice

Why Use

  • Balanced pH for healthy root growth
  • Loam based to retain and slowly release nutrients for fruit development
  • Added Seramis® granules for water management
  • Enriched with zinc complex for improved rooting
  • Peat Free

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How to pot and re-pot?

Repot any time of the year; spring is an ideal time during the growing season.

1. The first step is finding a pot, choose one that is slightly larger with good drainage holes.

2. Place a layer of potting mix in the base of your new pot. For best results, add a layer of Westland Hydroleca before the potting mix. Hydroleca is great at absorbing excess water, keeping plant roots dry.

3. Remove the plant from its current pot. Turn the plant sideways and gently hold by the stems or leaves. Tap the bottom of the pot until the plant slides out.

4. Place the plant into its new pot, ensuring the root ball is slightly below the rim of the new pot. Fill the pot with potting mix and water well. You can top with a layer of Hydroleca for a beautiful finish.

How do i keep my citrus plants looking great?

Don’t let them go hungry

  • Packed full of all the essential nutrients your citrus plants need to thrive, feeding with Westland Citrus Feed is the secret to lots more fruits!
  • Feed every second watering in the active growing season (spring/summer) and every fourth watering in the winter

Are they thirsty?

Don’t let your plants get stressed! Under or over watering your plants can often lead to pest and disease problems.

Top tip – use a Westland Houseplant Watering Indicator so you know exactly when to water, they change colour when your plant needs a drink.


Tips for Better Results

  • Keep plants in a min temp of 10°C
  • During winter keep the plants in a cool, frost free place
  • In summer move plants outside as soon as the risk of frost has passed
  • Do not place in direct sunlight for the first 3 weeks

General Advice

  • Don’t use me with ericaceous plants
  • Before use, rework potting mix between hands to reconstitute
  • Use in a well ventilated place and avoid breathing in dust
  • Wearing gloves is a good idea, and don’t forget to wash your hands afterwards!
  • Store in a dry, frost free place away from weed killers and other garden chemicals
  • Reseal bag after use

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I use this for other plants?

A. Yes this can be used to grow other plants, but best results will be achieved when growing citrus plants

Q. Will this be attractive for my pets?

A. This will not be attractive to most pets as it does not contain any organic fertiliser elements

For any other questions or advice please contact our Technical Advice line on:  01480 443789 (Mon-Fri 9am- 5pm) or email [email protected]

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