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I have been given as a present a valley valentine, what type of soil does this plant need to be planted in

On plant Pieris japonica



If you're keeping it in a pot, use ericaceous compost - if in the garden, as long as your soil is on the acid side of neutral (i.e, not chalky alkaline) it'll be fine.

2 Apr, 2010

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