What is it? A Flower and Plant Conditioner containing Nitrogen, Natural Phosphate, Potassium, Sulphate, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Boron, plant available silica, minerals and other trace elements and beneficial soil micro-flora.
What does it do? Promotes a more robust, healthier root system, which delays petal fall and allows the plant to better withstand adverse conditions.
Provides a balance of nutrients as required by flowering plants. This improves the depth of colour and quality of the flowers while enhancing the keeping qualities after picking.
Where and when to use it? In the preparation of all flower beds, at planting and around all established plants. Flower Blend ha s been blended specifically to enhance the flowering potential of all plants.
How often do you use it?
Before Planting: in bed preparation.
At Planting: in the planting hole.
Established Plants: generally, apply every 8 weeks until plant ceases to flower. When perennials have ceased to flower, reapply when plants are pruned, then every 8 weeks till flowering ceases.
Flower Bed Preparation: apply 300 grams (3 handfuls) of Flower Blend over one square metre and lightly work into the soil and water, or alternatively combine with Garden Mate.
At Planting: place 25 grams (one tablespoon) in the hole for every 5cm diameter of the hole. (Example: width of hole is 15cm, use 3 tablespoons) or alternatively combine 50/50 with Garden Mate. Apply 300 grams (3 handfuls) of Flower Blend over one square metre after backfilling and water-in thoroughly.
Established plants: apply 300 grams per square metre
Other Important Information:
Does not contain Muriate of Potash, Urea or Super Phosphate. Will not burn plant foliage or root hairs. Maintains pH level longer. Best response, when spread on the soil and lightly raked, then watered-in thoroughly. Safe for Australian native plants.
|Typical Analysis of Flower Blend|
|Plus Copper, Zinc, Boron, Iron and other Trace and Ultra Trace Elements|
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