G&B Organics

G&B Organics Rose & Flower Fertilizer (4-6-2)

12 lbs (5.44kg) bag

G&B Organics

G&B Organics Rose & Flower Fertilizer (4-6-2)

12 lbs (5.44kg) bag

Details

A great choice for roses and flowers for the best blooms possible.

  • Designed for all-season use
  • Contains beneficial soil microbes and mycorrhizae
  • Feeds for several months

Application rate
New plantings – 2 cups mixed in to planting hole
Established plantings – 1 cup per inch of trunk diameter, every three months
Containers – 2 Tbs for every six inch of pot diameter, every two months

(4-6-2)

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Only available in AZ, CA, HI, ID, OR, NV, UT, WA.

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Ingredients

Contains beneficial soil microbes plus mycorrhizae

red roses
Flower Garden Landscape
Flowers in Baskets

Best Uses in the Garden

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Roses

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Flower Gardens

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In-Ground Planting

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Raised Beds

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Enriching Soil

Designed to enrich your native soil.

Perennials, annuals and roses. Three different types of flowers – each bringing us special joy in rich colors, aromatic scents, or both! Enhance those characteristics by adding G&B ORGANICS ROSE & FLOWER FERTILIZER. It gently feeds your plants a special blend of natural nutrients, including mycorrhizae for developing a strong root system. Enjoy your flower garden, big or small…organically. Use G&B ORGANICS ROSE AND FLOWER FERTILIZER. Available sizes include : 4 lbs., 12 lbs., 25 lbs., 50 lbs.

PROVEN ORGANIC

All of our products are listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally recognized third party accredited by the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP). That means every ingredient and every process that goes into making our products has been verified 100% compliant as organic, all the way to the original source. Look for the OMRI logo on the bag, ensuring every product is proven organic.

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Regitered Organic Input Material certified CDFA
OMRI Listed for Organic Use Seal

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