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what is a really good low nitrogen fertiliser for blooming/flowering plants

Submitted: 04:19PM, 10 Aug 2011
Answer: Dear Maree,

The fertiliser we would recommend for flowering and fruiting plants is Thrive Soluble Flower & Fruit. It is a fast acting, complete fertiliser that feeds through both the foliage and root system. It is specifically formulated with a blend of nutrients rich in phosphorus and potassium and trace elements to encourage prolific flowering and fruiting. It can be applied Spring to Autumn on a weekly basis before buds form and until flowering has finished.
Enjoy the time in your garden growing your flowering plants.

Answered: 11:12AM, 11 Aug 2011

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