Makes fertilizing a large number of plants simple. The spray system is super simple to use. Good growth and greening up without risk of burning plants due to over fertilization.
Great product for the garden plants...and I have even discovered that it works great for the lawn grass too. We purchased a foreclosure with a TERRIBLE lawn. I was pretty sure that every speck of grass was dead. Additionally, the soil where we live is miserable clay consistency, so plants do not really want to grow. I spray 1 bottle of liquid fertilizer on the front lawn and 1 bottle on the backyard about every 7-14 days, and after a spring and summer, the entire lawn came back to life. This stuff works miracles for the grass.
I like miracle grow products and use them on nearly every potted plant, perrenial, and even pond plant that I own. It does what it claims and I have always found it to boost my plants.
Have used Miracle-Gro for about 12 years in central-to-north Alabama. On certain plants species it works like magic, encouraging new growth and blooms like crazy. Other species, almost no effect. Best suggestion: try it on your garden, you won’t hurt any plants. And if most of your plants respond well, keep using it.
I buy a pack of these for my garden every spring and it typically lasts through the Fall. I use these with the hose attachment once a week. The flowers that line my garden have turned into gorgeous bushes with the help of LiquaFeed. Without daily watering combined with the weekly use of this product, my flowers tend to wither away fairly quickly in the Southern summer heat.
I use this for indoor plants and do not attach it to my hose, I squeeze 2-4 tablespoons into a gallon of water about once a month (twice a month in the summers). It's helped my plants look a lot happier and grow pretty quickly
It really works! I fertilize once a week using one bottle and it covers all 3 of my flower beds. bougainvillea, crimsone Fire , oleanders and annuals pictured. My bougainvilleas were not blooming AT ALL until I started with this fertilizer and they’ve had blooms ever since.
Definitely some of the most affordable plant feed here on Amazon. I bought the 4-pack and one bottle literally lasts me a year (and I have about 22 house plants, small-medium size). Since I use this for indoor plants and do not attach it to my hose, I squeeze 2-4 tablespoons into a gallon of water about once a month (twice a month in the summers). It's helped my plants look a lot happier and grow pretty quickly