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- Complex blend of 100% natural & organic ingredients to provide complete & balanced feeding.
- Enhanced with Bio-tone® beneficial microbes.
- Long-lasting, slow release. Won’t burn or leach away.
- Specially formulated to promote & prolong abundant blooms.
Available in 4, 18 and 50 lb. bags, and 5 oz. packets.
1 pound equals approx. 3 cups.
How to use
Preparing New Flower Beds
Mix into the top four or five inches of soil at the rate of 4 lbs. per 80 square feet. An additional feeding should be made after the plants are well established.
Seeds: Plant seeds to their recommended depth. Fill the hole with prepared soil (see above). If the soil has not been prepared, cover the seed with soil and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of Flower-tone over the seed.
Flowers from containers: Gently remove the plant from its container. Loosen the roots and spread them into the prepared hole. The depth of the hole should not be greater than the size of the root ball. Refill the hole with prepared soil and tamp gently but firmly. If the soil has not been prepared add 2 tablespoons of Flower-tone mixed with soil for seedlings from market packs. For larger plants, one or two gallon containers mix 1/2 cup with the soil and fill as above. Always finish by watering thoroughly.
Individual Plants: Broadcast 1/2 cup Flower-tone around the plant.
Flower Beds: Broadcast Flower-tone at the rate of 4 lbs. per 80 square feet.
Tip: Be careful not to put the plant food on the plant foliage or stem and do not mound the application. Sprinkle Flower-tone around like adding salt and pepper to food. After feeding, water thoroughly and rinse off any fertilizer that is on the foliage.
When to use
Established Flowers: Once per month during the growing season
Where to use
Use on all established flowers and new flower planting
Slow release, continuous feeding for beautiful annuals and perennials
Nineteen elements are considered essential for plant growth.
Grade, Net Weight, Guaranteed Analysis, Sources of Nutrients.
Synthetic Plant Foods & Neutral Organic Plant Foods.