Planting soil for planting on graves.Kalmumuld
Soil improvement for making the existing growing soil better.


Peat – neutralised with dolomite flour and enriched with mineral fertilizers.
Horse manure compost – the garden soil contains floral nutritional compost biotechnologically made of horse manure. Ensures a suitable microbiological mix for plants.
Biohumus or vermicompost – manure worm compost. Adds vitamins, growth regulators, amino acids and a beneficial microflora to the soil.
Perlite & clay – binds water and prevents the soil from drying.
Humine powder – accelerates development of strong roots, improves the microflora of the soil. Helps plants to assimilate nutrients. Humins relieve growing stress of a plant due to unfavourable growing conditions. Natural origin.
Long-acting fertilizers – fertilizers or controlled solubility, ensure availability of required nutrients for up to six months of the season after planting.
Wetting agent – ensures rapid absorption and balanced distribution of water in the soil. Facilitates absorption of water even after the soil has dried.


1. Growing soil.
Using the grave soil decreases the need for watering thanks to the great water capacity of the soil. There is no need for further fertilizing. The compost and long-acting fertilizers ensure availability of nutrients for the whole summer.
2. Soil improvement.
The nutrients, microorganisms and added humine compounds provided in the compost improve the biological and physical characteristics of the existing growing soil for years. Quicker growth of plants, stronger roots and plentiful blooms.