pumice, redrock and vermiculite

Gardener_boy(z4CO)May 6, 2004

Can someone direct me towards where I should purchase larger quantities of the above products. Is lava rock the same as redrock? Thanks in advance. David

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Mitsy(z9 far No. CA)

I'm not familiar with the term 'redrock' (unless its that nasty red cinders), but if it is, and if you are looking for larger sizes of pumice aka 'featherrock', there is a local distributor in Redding, north of you.
Pumice, lava, cinders--they are all volcanic in origin-just different textures and uses.
Axner Excavating 530-222-0539
I have purchased huge bags of vermiculite at Home Depot, as well perlite.

    Bookmark   May 11, 2004 at 4:37PM
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Vstil

Just a note... I'm still learning how to help with resources. Forgive me if I'm not posting correctly. And please, let me know how to be better if this is wrong. Green Planet Naturals has garden pumice in bags ready for shipping.

Here is a link that might be useful: Green Planet Naturals

    Bookmark   September 10, 2013 at 9:00PM
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