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50 Pouches make 50 gallons
Maximize your garden’s performance! Make your flowerbeds the envy of the neighborhood by having the brightest, most prolific flowers around. Cottage Farms’ Bud-N-Flower Booster add essential nutrients to your soil that keeps plants strong and performing to their fullest. This fertilizer has been specially formulated to promote lush foliage and prolific blooming on ALL of your flowering plants- indoors or outdoors!
Our mess free capsules are convenient and easy to use, delivering premium nutrients essential for maximum performance. This specially developed formula includes nutrients essential to maintain plant health and ensure lush foliage and an abundance of colorful flowers. In addition to Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium, Bud-N-Flower Booster also includes essential micronutrients, which are necessary for healthy and vigorous plants. Each jar contains 50 packets, which will make 50 gallons of fertilizer.
Just Drop, Shake, and Pour!
For best results: Drop one packet into one gallon of water. Shake or stir until packet is dissolved. Water your plants thoroughly before fertilizing for maximum absorption. Pour fertilizer at the base of the plant, not on the foliage. Repeat every few weeks during growing season. Unused solution may be stored and used later. Shake well before use. Undissolved packets do not expire, however, moisture can cause lost of integrity. Keep container tightly capped and stored in a dry area. Fertilization is recommended during the active growing season only. Do not use on outdoor plants in the fall or winter. Discontinue use after summer blooming ends and only resume fertilization after you see new growth in the spring. Do not fertilize dormant plants and we recommend waiting until you see new growth on newly planted and transplanted items. Always fertilize at the base of your plants. Fertilizing leaves can result in scorching. If your plant is stressed or unhealthy, do not fertilize until it fully recovers to prevent further damage.