Osmocote smart-release plant food plus outdoor & indoor 2 lbs

Osmocote smart-release plant food plus outdoor & indoor 2 lbs

Osmocote smart-release plant food plus outdoor &, indoor 2 lbs

Type

Osmocote fertilizer

Spores / Inoculant

None

How to plant?

Paste Osmocote in a circular pattern using a wide flat end of the trowel, then spread and press into the soil. You can mix 2 pounds of Osmocote with a gallon of water to dilute the powder.

Care &, Maintenance

Consult with a lawn expert about when to apply fertilizer or fertilizer with OMRI approval.

Compost manure or chicken manure. If using fresh or composted manures, blend with a 3:1 mixture of all-purpose gardening fertilizer.

Stripe with IcePots

Stripe with IcePots allows you to water down the edges of the garden. The thicker the ice water, the slower it will drain, giving you better control of your water savings. We make IcePots in sizes suitable for children's gardens, flower boxes, and small windowsills. So whether you're taking the garden one step further and planning a rooftop garden or adding a drop of sun to your seedlings, IcePots can be a smart solution to the traditional drip irrigation system. Watch the How it Works video.

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Water your lawn only when needed

We realize that water is a precious resource in our area, but most people over-water their lawns. Keep your lawn green and lush without water when you plant your garden with IcePots. Learn how to save water when watering your lawn with IcePots.

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