Soil Amendments

Cremation Ashes

Julie.Locke added on January 30, 2017 | Answered

What sort of compost should I mix with cremation ashes to plant a tea rose bush in a container?

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Answered on January 31, 2017

Any sort of compost that has been properly broken down (decomposed), is moist (not soggy or dry), is spongy, and has a pleasant, earthy smell will do as a compost for your roses. If you don't already have some homemade compost, buy some garden soil (that specifically says it has compost in it) to use in your container.

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