I just repotted my new juniper, and my ficus last friday. I bought a soil from a nursery in town. It seemed like it would be free flowing and good for the trees. It has tree bark, peat, and rocks in it and there is no actual dirt or potting soil. I thought that would be okay but it is now wednesday and the soil is still very wet from the watering last friday and I have not watered it since. Will this cause any potential problems like root rot? Do I need to get a different soil and repot again?
I also pruned the roots on the juniper so I don't want to damage it by having it sit in wet soil for too long consecutively. Everything still looks healthy and hardy.
Oh, and I do have drain holes by the way. I did the way I read and completely drenched the soil after repotting(watered twice). Once for the soil and the pot, and once for the tree.