Acidophilous shrubs and plants

Shrubs and plants acidophilic is the section dedicated to lovers of shrubs and acidophilic plants that want to learn more about the cultivation of these special plants. The shrubs need special precautions during cultivation and to provide gardening enthusiasts with all the essential material for the knowledge of the cultivation techniques of these plants we decided to make a series of videos that will help you to learn more about the main species of this category of plants. Video after video you will have the opportunity to learn about many species of shrubs in a simple and free way, simply by listening to the explanations of our tutorials and observing real professionals at work. In this section you will find some very interesting videos thanks to which you will discover the exposure, the climatic requirements, the pruning and other important cultural aspects of these plants. In the section you will find videos dedicated to the following plants: oleander, azalea, camellia, viburnum, hydrangea, broom and boxwood. acidophilic plants they are plants called in this way because in order to live and vegetate properly they need a soil with an acid pH. In this type of terrain acidophilic plants they are able to carry out cationic exchanges with the soil and therefore to obtain the organic substances they need from the substrate.
For their cultivation it is therefore good to use acid soils, available in any nursery. In case we wanted to grow plants acidophilic in pot, we will have to fill the pot with soil for plants acidophilic while if we opt for a cultivation in the soil we will fill the soil around the planting area with acid soil. For this we are going to make a hole in the ground bigger than the earth's bread of the plant and we will have to fill the hole with a layer of tolerance or with a space filled with acid earth between the earthen bread and the ground.