For all climbing plants.
The natural mineral content is essential for immediately draining excess water, whether from rain or watering, since all climbing species are very sensitive to waterlogging. The soil structure is also relatively coarse so more oxygen is carried to the roots. The nutrients contained in this potting soil are necessary for the plants to quickly take root. The slow-release fertilizer based on nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium then delivers nutrients to the plants gradually, following their growth and production.