FERTILIZER FOR BALCONY, TERRACE AND GARDEN FLOWERS
- for fertilizing all flowering plants: annuals, biennials, as well as perennials and bulbs
- also recommended in the cultivation of clematis
- high phosphorus and potassium content favorably affects flowering
- efficiency: 1.2 kg per 24 m2
nitrogen (N) – 13%
phosphorus (P2O5) – 13%
potassium (K2O) – 21%
boron (B) 0.04%, copper (Cu) 0.1%, iron (Fe) 0.2%, manganese (Mn) 0.17%, molybdenum (Mo) 0.01%, zinc (Zn) 0.035 %
Fertilizer for balcony and garden flowers is a granular mineral fertilizer. Intended for the nutrition of all species of flowering plants on the balcony and in the garden: perennials, annual and biennial plants, bulbs and rhizomes, as well as clematis. Properly selected proportions of ingredients correspond to the nutritional needs of these plants, ensuring their proper growth, abundant flowering and intense colour of flowers. This fertilizer strengthens the condition of plants, thanks to which they grow luxuriantly, while maintaining a high level of health.
What plants can I use fertilizer for balcony and garden flowers?
Fertilizer for balcony and garden flowers is perfect for fertilizing, among others: peonies, daylilies, irises, sage, lavender, echinacea, rudbeckia, irys, dahlias, tavels, catnip, cloves, lupins and many other plants. Flowering annuals can also be fertilized with fertilizer for garden flowers, such as forget-me-nots, snapdragons, cosmos, marigolds, pansies, gazans, royal begonias, zinnia. Thanks to the fertilizer for garden flowers, plants obtain the energy needed for intensive flowering. Therefore, fertilizer for garden flowers can also be used in the cultivation of flowering climbers (Clematis). It also works well in the fertilization of very demanding balcony plants: pelargonium, surfinia, sundaville, bakop, verbena, lobelia and many other flowering plants.
Why is it so important to fertilize flowering plants?
Flowering plants use a lot of energy, which they get from the nutrients they provide. In order for the plants to flower long and profusely, they first of all need a lot of potassium. In the fertilizer for garden flowers we find a very large amount of potassium (21%) in relation to the other ingredients. Improperly nourished plants bloom less and suffer from nutrient deficiencies. It should be remembered that the medium which is used intensively becomes sterile after some time. In flower beds where ornamental plants are grown, the spaces between plants are regularly weeded. Dead above-ground parts of plants that die for the winter are removed. These care treatments disrupt the circulation of organic matter in nature. In natural conditions, without human intervention, all dead plant parts are broken down by microorganisms, and thus nutrients return to the soil in forms that are available to plants. Therefore, in the garden, where everything is subordinated to the man who cares for its order, fertilizer for garden flowers should be used regularly.
The fertilizer for garden flowers also includes a number of other nutrients needed for proper development. Flowering itself is not enough. The plant must still look healthy, firm and intensely green for the flowers to be proudly displayed. The nitrogen contained in the fertilizer for garden flowers will ensure intensive growth of the plants. Phosphorus will additionally support proper flowering, but also support the plant’s resistance to disease. Due to the content of many micronutrients in the fertilizer for flowers, fertilization is comprehensive and fully meets the needs of plants. Plants also need iron to have a beautiful green leaf color. This ingredient can be found in the fertilizer for flowering plants. The remaining micronutrients in the fertilizer include: boron, copper, manganese, molybdenum and zinc.
Use from March to August, every 60 days. Fall fertilizer should be applied from September.
1. Measure the right amount of fertilizer, depending on the size and development phase of the plant:
– non-flowering plants and young plants – use 30 g of fertilizer for every 1 m2
– flowering and older plants – use 40-60 g of fertilizer for every 1 m2
2. Sprinkle the fertilizer evenly around the plant and mix it with the topsoil if possible.
3. After applying the fertilizer, water the plant abundantly.
1 handful is about 30 – 40 g of fertilizer.
Packaging: 1.2 kg
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