Of course. Meanwhile, I struck oil & gold and ordered 20 GAL of washed pumice (2.0-5.0 mm grade) from Germany. Their product looks like it is cleaner than what I buy from OF Wolfinbarger. ... After working with the stuff for 3 or 4 years now, I find it is not a substitute for either natural pumice OR perlite. The trouble is they only deliver in a great big dump truck with a minimum delivery charge of $180. Bark took 7 hrs. It retains more water than perlite and can wick (draw) water and nutrients upwards. Which is why scoria is the most expensive. It adds additional air space, prevents matting, and helps to control moisture. When used in a Bonsai soil mix it helps to retain water and allows the roots to ramify very well. – GardenGems Jan 23 at 21:53. Seems everyone has great results with both too. I was reading through the comments and saw how difficult you all have been finding it to get your hands on pumice and wanted to let you know that's no longer the case! It's somewhat sustainable in that it is made from recycled glass, and not so much so in another sense as if you are in Hawaii we are talking about significant carbon footprint due to having to ship it out there. Scoria is another vesicular volcanic rock that differs from pumice in having larger vesicles, thicker vesicle walls and being dark colored and denser. A lighter weight soft pumice will have a more open honeycomb structure that plant roots seem to adore.

Both perlite and pumice help to encourage soil drainage and boost oxygen levels in clay soils. Having used pumice for 25 years we have found the perfect grade that we know works wonders with most commonly cultivated species used for bonsai. Go to our website for more information and to order! Meaning, 2 parts akadama, 1 part lava rock, and 1 part pumice. PUMICE : Like lava, pumice is a product of volcanic eruption, but there the similarity ends. Returns policy. If given a choice, I opt for pumice as well, simply because it doesn't 'float' to the same extent as perlite. Look for pumice graded to about 1/4", plus or minus 1/8". They are located on Chapman Ave. in Orange, west of Main St. White verses grey?For the ability to hold its form, or crush over time and disinegrate?For drainage or for moisture? The FLF's I have in Gritty do well outside ( high humidity) with only weekly, thorough, watering. Both are roughly 1/4 inch size. One person’s soil composition for tropical trees may be too light or too heavy for a different hobbyist's tree. Bark & perlite are ready. Here's some perlite info, mixed with a little about vermiculite, copy/pasted from one of my previous posts: Perlite is actually a form of porous glass that is made from a mineral called obsidian (or an aluminum silicate rock). I believe perlite has a closed cell structure, so while it does have many pores, they are sealed off and cannot hold any water or nutrients. Use perlite if: You want to loosen heavy clay soil. Pumice / Perlite / Vermiculite - Formulated Bonsai Soil Mixes ... Pumice is a great ingredient for bonsai soil mixes. It did say that the mineral fraction has a specific gravity of 2.2-2.4, meaning it's ~2.3 times heavier than water and should easily sink if the pores are filling with water. Maybe some added perlite for lithops. Pumice and perlite are made from the same material but processed in a slightly different way. @General Pumice Products is your pumice mine producing the pumice used in the Dry Stall product? Note on pumice vs. perlite: If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between pumice and perlite, they’re actually very similar. Lastly, pumice will never decompose, so it never needs replacing (unlike Coco Coir and Peat Moss that tends to rot and must be removed.) I think that's what Mike was referring to. Often used in combination with other types of media to create a highly customized media for specific hydroponic applications. It is likely it will have a higher air filled porosity as well. Production is mainly realised in soil. D.I.Y. When I walk past a pot now, that looks dry although I know I watered it recently, I know for certain there is moisture in there...Also very interesting is the steady rate the pumice released moisture. Horticulturally speaking, our bonsai are being asked to grow roots in what is essentially an unnatural environment… the small confines of a bonsai pot. Our pumice is horticulture grade, pH neutral, and available in 2 sizes. I'd like to know how each one compares to the others regarding performance in organic gardening. They also don’t recommend using a “peat-based” potting soil. It does not have a closed cell structure and looks very much like popcorn, with various fissures, cavaties and crevices. You may be long gone but just wanted to say hi and thanks for doing that great experiment. Specifications . We also sell in bulk and wholesale to nurseries like Altman's, Monrovia, Color Spot, etc. Perlite is exploded sand (as I understand it), and that’s pretty close to what pumice is, volcanic glass that has a lot of spaces in it created by gas. My names Lexi & my family just recently purchased and renovated the only 2 Pumice mines in California. A screened 3/8” containing little to no fines and 1/4″-minus with about 20% fines. Also makes the water soak in faster. For that reason, the popularity or organic bonsai soil is decreasing. It comes in three grades. We all know this intuitively and actually work with thisprincipleall the time in the garden. Pumice happens naturally in the ground, perlite happens in … I repoted one bush into two trees last May/ June into true Gritty and I need to repot my last "bush" this May into two separate pots to move to Gritty and curious on what your thoughts are on adding a fraction of perlite to the original Gritty mix to take away some weight in the size pot I want to use (roughly 14"x12") would you think that is "okay" / and if so what breakdown of fractions do you recommend? It is typically light colored. Read about vermiculite vs. perlite here. But perlite is somewhat similar to pumice. totes. The thing to keep in mind is that pumice will have a higher water holding capacity than perlite. 2-4 mm or 4-8 mm? Never used pumice, planning to use it in a GMX to replace the Turface. When I worked at a garden centre we would sell 30 bags or more of perlite to pumice. Fine perlite is tough to find in this size as a standalone product, so I tend to go with fine pumice, which is usually labeled for bonsai or succulent planting. Perlite is essentially the industrial version of pumice. Here in northern California the price for pumice is approximately $8.00 for a 0.75 cubic foot bag. Vermiculite is mica that is treated in much the same way. Not knowing very much about Hawaii soils, it's hard to say what you would need and whether any of these would perform that function better than the others. A fair amount of water adheres to the surface of closed-celled materials because of the greater surface area and to some degree, surface micro-porosity, but water won't fill internal porosity as it will in Turface, calcined DE, and to some degree, pumice. I already spotted an insect screen, I will surely go through this step, since I plan to leave the trees in the new pots for at least 2 seasons and would like to avoid accumulation of sludge. Read the label. You can even use both at the same time. Aloha,1) Performance: I am interested in perlite alternatives, particularly BioChar and/or Pumice (or any other materials if you have any suggestions). Here is a link that might be useful: all about perlite - more than you ever wanted to know! pallets that have 25lb. If you can get your hands on both, try growing a plant in 1/2 peat and 1/2 perlite, then 1/2 peat and 1/2 pumice, and you will clearly see what I mean. Pumice – 16.7%. We can ship in bulk 2000lb. But as with all broken-down, airless clay-soils in Bonsai pots, drainage is poor, absorbance of water into dry akadama is poor, and the overall health of the tree as well as its vigor is greatly reduced. I do appreciate perlite's ability to lighten the weight of a container. I was amazed when I weighed them the first times.

Both perlite and pumice help to encourage soil drainage and boost oxygen levels in clay soils. It is obvious that this would help asandy soil, but how does it help a clay soil? Does coarse perlite really look like this? It would be quite a challenge living there and having to constantly choose between what's available locally vs. the high cost of imported *anything*. Soil vs. Substrate. Pumice is much heavier than perlite..Do you want to use it for looks? The other thing is that pumice … Its ability to trap and hold both water and nutrients (in solution) is pretty well established :-) The expansion process is what makes it so light. Look for pumice graded to about 1/4", plus or minus 1/8". Pumice, however, should be easily available in Hawaii in a variety of grades. Whether that is ultimately good or bad for the plant would depend on the other ingredients in the mix, the particular plant being grown, the watering habits of the grower, and the climate/environment. I use pumice for moisture, and perlite for drainage.My pots can go for days without watering, because of the ability for pumice to hold lots of moisture, while at the same time, not keeping the soil "wet" Have you ever heard of "turface". to loose all its moisture. How much moisture do you want to be held in your soil? Kimmsmr, pumice has been widely used as a soil amendment for decades. (Despite similarities in appearance, Styrofoam should never be used in gardens or as a substitute for perlite.). I would go for pumice too, if I could get my hands on some locally...:-). Pumice / Perlite / Vermiculite - Formulated Bonsai Soil Mixes ... Pumice is a great ingredient for bonsai soil mixes. Correct me if I am wrong. Pumice, or volcanic stone dust, Perlite, and Vermiculite may serve the same purpose, providing drainage in potting mixes, but bio char will not be the same thing.Perlite and Vermiculite, in Hawaii, probably are not too sustainable, requiring a lot of non renewable resources (which also produce carbon emissions) to get there.How useful Pumice might be would depend on how fine the particles are and most likely no one has though of using that abundant resource in place of Perlite or Vermiculite, commercially, before. I'll just wait for the spring and hopefully will not overwater to death my trees until then. pumice. It's been worth the hassle for sure since I'm almost one year into my mission to quickly grow these Home Depot one pot/ two tree FLF" bushes" into beautiful indoor 7-9 ft trees so letting them thrive acclimated to hours of afternoon direct sun outside since purchase. Using it as a soil enhancement would give you the same results and while it is true that it floats, that only happens if you over water and leave standing pools. The compost holds the pumice in place under the surface. Here in northern California the price for pumice is approximately $8.00 for a 0.75 cubic foot bag. Nous avons tous vu et lu des articles qui concernent les divers substrats utilisés en bonsaï. I'm a hydro grower and I grow tomatoes and strawberries in 100% perlite using static technique (see link). Maybe it's our constant 70-90% Houston humidity ( plus plants stay semi sheltered under covered patio) but I only find my Gritty gets dry to touch one to two inches down by day 2-3 in the hot summer months/ otherwise it's Usually still slightly damp under the surface 2 days later even though water in pot drains quickly in large quantities within seconds of me watering. So the price is more expensive. Note on pumice vs. perlite: If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between pumice and perlite, they’re actually very similar. Size is important, weight can be an issue, but where weight or cost differences aren't a consideration, and if size is appropriate, I'd opt for the pumice, even though in some pumice deposits, high pH can be an issue. Pumice is part of the mineral portion of soil, and in Hawaii is probably what most of the soil is composed of. to loose all its moisture. Give it a shot. There are 98 pumice for plants for sale on Etsy, and they cost $36.88 on average. Our pumice is horticulture grade, pH neutral, and available in 2 sizes. Bark took 34 hrs. ( 100%pumice) You might have to rinse some of the dust particles out, but it is all Pumice. It is created when a volcano violently erupts, making the magma frothy. Pumice – 16.7%. It is created when a volcano violently erupts, making the magma frothy. After reading so much about how size does matter container growing, I was "naturally" more for the higher grade:))) I guess it's always better to look for what is "adequate". Wet, it weighs about 18 lbs for the same volume, so it holds more than 2-1/2 times it's weight in water. They said pumice weighs 900 pounds a cubic yard, so you couldn't carry much more than a yard in a pickup truck anyway. A lighter weight soft pumice will have a more open honeycomb structure that plant roots seem to adore. Pumice is a mined volcanic rock product. It retains more water than perlite and can wick (draw) water and nutrients upwards. I would suggest that if you don't see plants growing in pure pumice in the wild, its a matter of available nutrients and has little to do with pumice as a substrate per se. I don't have a pickup truck so would have to have it delivered. Pumice is a mined volcanic rock product. It will be denser than perlite so it weighs more. Everyone here makes a lot of good sense. OK, now that is hard to do. Both are mined from the earth, but pumice is produced naturally by volcanic activity, while perlite is mechanically heated until it explodes like popcorn. Pumice – 16.7%. Since our family is now in charge of the mines, known now as "General Pumice Products", we have mining rights for the next 200 years and can actually ship 15lb. 2) Sustainability: I'm also interested in the sustainability aspect of each material; I live on the island of Oahu, so the question of the "most sustainable" product will likely come down to which I can source locally, but are there other considerations to make when choosing which of the materials is most sustainable? Just an update for anyone following this thread who has purchased or wants to purchase General Pumice's product we have changed our website domain! Scoria usually holds a little less water than pumice, but more than perlite. When I worked at a garden centre we would sell 30 bags or more of perlite to pumice. So, IF you needed aeration and drainage, something locally sourced would be best, and if your cinder material doesn't do it, biochar would be next IMHO. Soil amendments, such as peat moss can holdmany times their weight in water. I add 1 part pumice to 4 parts commercial potting soil for my potted palms. ABOUT PUMICE It resembles a sponge because it consists of a network of gas bubbles frozen amidst fragile volcanic glass and minerals. It is a lot more dense than perlite. If it cools rapidly, the bubbles will become trapped in the resulting rock, and this is pumice. Both are mined from the earth, but pumice is produced naturally by volcanic activity, while perlite is mechanically heated until it explodes like popcorn. Haworthias grow best a growing medium that is well-drained yet moisture-retentive, and these properties are mainly determined by its particle size and components. We ship 15lb. of our pumice equals about 4 gallons to give an idea of volume) for smaller outfits/personal home use. Some bonsai soil mixes include organic compounds, like peat or bark. Cactus mix that's high in pumice or perlite needs no amending. This time of year, rooting new cuttings is the hot topic. Like every other state Hawaii has a university that is part of the Cooperative Extension Service of the USDA. This is why it is so important to know where you are buying your pumice from, what the pumice nutrient content is, where it coming from (pumice from Oregon is very dense, brown, and very wet due to the rain fall, and does not have the mineral/vitamin content our product does.) One pallet is about 2.5 cubic yards, and for 1 pallet delivered to LA we would charge $450. Specifications . Perlite floats to the top of the soil surface more readily than this pumice, although it still tends to work its way to the top eventually. I would have thought it was more the bark too. PERLITE (left) VS. PUMICE (right) When I started following a few cacti and succulent groups on Facebook, they recommended using pumice instead of perlite. Another New Zealander here. Loved it.I never knew this of perlite...It certainly has a purpose in life! We are fortunate to live close to wholesale bulk suppliers that have this product at very low prices if you pick it up. 3) Vermiculite? bags of product, or we do 2000lb. all about perlite - more than you ever wanted to know! The porous nature of pumice is great for water absorption. Perlite is a porous pumice-like material that looks like white granules. And anyone who is familiar with pine bark knows that it is more rock than plant. An per my observation it has no or negligible porosity to hold water. If it cools rapidly, the bubbles will become trapped in the resulting rock, and this is pumice. They also don’t recommend using a “peat-based” potting soil. So the price is more expensive. Also at a decent price. :), I did a little more research and found that some types of pumice float on water too. Pumice is the better choice for sandy soils because it greatly increases water-holding capacity. Did not budge. If your soil is already sandy and coarse, you wouldn't need help with aeration and drainage. Right across from McDonalds. It ultimately depends on the plants themselves and the watering/fertilizing methods used. to loose all its moisture. There are 98 pumice for plants for sale on Etsy, and they cost $36.88 on average. Perlite helps break up surface crusts and reduce soil compaction. It also has a slightly higher pH than perlite. What is the place called? If you essentially get noting passing, you can skip the screening; although, I DO screen all 3 products (Turface, grit, bark) over insect screen, even if the product is prescreened, to rid it of dust which collects at the bottom of the pot as sludge. Soil used in bonsai is a very widely debated issue due to every hobbyist having their own recipe mix for their soil. Dimensions Returns & refunds We will gladly assist with returns and exchanges of this product in accordance with our returns and exchanges policy. I'd opt for the 2-4mm and screen it through insect screen. Horticultural Bonsai Pumice Soil Amendment for Bonsai and Cactus Plants, 2QT xGarden 8 Quarts Horticultural Grade Premium Perlite - Coarse and Chunky Professional Grower Mix Soil Fast Draining Pre-Mixed Coarse Blend (2 Quarts) $13.99 $ 13. Plantgirl_50 * Bre 2,855 views. I froze it , thawed it . So there is a very wide range of pumice-organics ratios that work well. The more you purchase at once the better price we can give you. But as with all broken-down, airless clay-soils in Bonsai pots, drainage is poor, absorbance of water into dry akadama is poor, and the overall health of the tree as well as its vigor is greatly reduced. If it cannot hold water won't hold nutrients. The dry weight of perlite is about 7 lbs/cu ft. Pumice or Perlite used in Forestry Nurseries as Seed topping. Perlite is a porous pumice-like material that looks like white granules. It’s a mineral that is heated until it expands into pebbles. bags on our online store (15lb. If not, if it's more like solid rock, then it's probably no help. Temp all day...77F (25C) with the wind chill.Bark took 4 hrs. As long as the organic matter particle size is nottoo small,and the amendm… 99 $14.97 $14.97 "perlite" xGarden 8 Quarts Horticultural Grade Premium Perlite - Coarse and Chunky. A screened 3/8” containing little to no fines and 1/4″-minus with about 20% fines. If I am wrong about this or anyone knows where to find Pumice on the Hawaiian islands please send info, thanks! Pumice is too heavy to be cost efficient to ship so most are used locally. I believe I read pumice lasts longer. The lightness of pumice also helps keep your pot light while still giving adding aggregate for drainage and aeration. Trapped moisture expands and creates lots of air pores in both products. D.I.Y. Perlite for Plants Horticultural Grade, Perlite for Gardening, Pumice for Plants, Succulent Soil, Premiu… Pumice acts like a sponge, holding water until the plants need it. It is now www.GeneralPumice.com ! In soils, perlite promotes drainage and improves porosity. Temps range roughly 60-70 F. (15-21C)Used 3.5 ounce (100 gram) of both. jefe, perlite is available in various forms but expanded perlite is used most often for horticultural applications. Being in Hawaii, anything that has to be shipped in is definitely not the most sustainable choice. I think I'll stick with local distribution. Mike, it's the pores or cavaties in both the perlite and the pumice that are able to trap and hold nutrients until the plants need them. pumice; perlite; Of all the things in that list, the only organic matter is pine bark. But good price. I'm sure it helps to note that I do not desire to need to water anything daily since I'm out of town on weekends often but do like being able to check in w plants and water weekly to biweekly. Granite chips ( sifted and sized) breaks down a-lot slower than the clay materials. Vermiculite is a spongy material that is dark brown to golden brown in color.

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