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Organic Flower Fertilizer

Organic Flower Fertilizer

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Use this 100% Organic Flower Fertilizer to naturally feed your flowers, resulting in better growth, more prolific blooms, and healthier plants. Perfect for bulbs, perennials, or wildflowers and is chemical free! 4 LB.

Size 4 lb Bag

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This Organic Flower Garden Fertilizer will spread approximately 80 square feet. It is comprised of 100% natural, organic components that are specially formulated to promote and prolong abundant blooms.

Use this fertilizer for a chemical-free nutrient booster for any perennial or spring bulb you plant.

This fertilizer is comprised of: Hydrolyzed feather meal, pasteurized poultry manure, cocoa meal, bone meal, alfalfa meal, greensand, humates, sulfate of potash, and sulfate of potash magnesia.

Coverage 4 LBS covers approximately 80 square feet
Is It Organic? Yes
Ships to Hawaii, Alaska & Canada No

How To Use

- 1lb. = 3 cups
- We recommend wearing gardening gloves when feeding your plants.

New Plantings - Seeds:
Sprinkle 2 tbsp. of Flower tone over seed. Water thoroughly and add mulch to retain moisture.

- Dig a hole slightly larger than the plant root ball.
- Remove half of the soil and replace with compost or peat moss.
- Mix 2 tbsp. of Flower tone into the amended soil. For larger plants (1-2 gallon container) mix 1/2 cup into the amended soil.
- Gently remove the plant from its container, loosen the roots, and place in planting hole. Backfill the hole with amended soil. Water thoroughly and add mulch to retain moisture.

Established Plants:
When to feed: Apply Flower tone monthly from the beginning of the growing season until the middle of September.
How to Apply:
- Individual Plants: Sprinkle 1/2 cup Flower tone around the drip line like adding salt and pepper to food.
- Flower Beds: Sprinkle evenly at a rate of 4lbs. per 80 square feet. Make sure Flower tone is not in contact with foliage or plant stem. Water thoroughly after feeding.
- New Potted Plants: When preparing soil for new plants, mix 2 cups of Flower Tone per cubic foot of soil (1.5 tbsp. per quart).
- Established Plants: Sprinkle 1.5 tsp. of Flower- tone for every 4 inches of pot diameter into the soil along the outer edge of the pot. Water thoroughly.


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Tremendous blooms~


from Las Vegas, NV

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Comments about American Meadows Organic Flower Fertilizer:

Getting large blooms in the desert soil is not easy. Using this product in what passes as soil here in the desert enhances your soil and the flowers love it. I had more blossoms that were bigger and lasted longer than I have had in years. Even my neighbors commented about how lush and beautiful my annual wildflower bed looked this year. The product is easy to use, not only because it comes in a small bag that is easy to carry in one hand, but also since the grains of fertilizer are big enough to see where they land. This ensures even distribution on the soil and around the garden.

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Plant With These:

USDA Hardiness Planting Zones

To determine if a plant is sufficiently cold hardy, the USDA created numbered zones indicating winter low temperatures; the lower the zone number the colder the winter.

  • If the coldest winter temperature expected in your area is -15°F (zone 5) then any plants rated zones 3-5 will survive the winter temperatures in your area.
  • If you live in very warm winter areas (zones 9-11) plants with zones 3-4 ratings are not recommended. The lack of freezing winter temperatures do not provide a time for winter dormancy (rest).

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