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Fertilizer for blooming balcony flowers and decorative plants by Lactofol is suitable for ..
2.99 euro
The leading formulas on which this professional lawn fertilizer was created determine its ..
113.40 euro
The specialized fertilizer for garden roses, mini roses, standard roses, and rose planting..
7.00 euro
For each nutrient (% by mass): 5.5% ammonia nitrogen (N), 8.5% phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5)..
7.00 euro
Are you looking for a suitable granular fertilizer for hydrangeas and plants growing on ac..
7.00 euro
In the catalog of the online garden and modern home catalog semenata.org, we offer amateur..
2.99 euro
We present to you a special fertilizer spreader manual for ryegrass, developed by the Ever..
48.50 euro
Garden and modern home catalog semenata.org presents to its customers a great liquid ferti..
4.90 euro
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Welcome to the Semenata.org online catalog for the very modern home and garden category, in which we will present specialized fertilizers suitable for fertilizing your favorite flowers!

Regardless of whether you grow ornamental or flowering flowers, we hope you find a solution for their nutrition - foliar flower fertilizer, granular flower fertilizer, or liquid flower fertilizer. In this category, we hope you will find not only the right form of flower fertilizer but also the right cut for the number of plants you grow.

Perhaps among the most frequently chosen by hobby gardeners are liquid forms of fertilizers. This is not accidental but is due to the extremely easy use and dosing (usually with an attached measuring cap) by dissolving in the irrigation water. The disadvantage of liquid flower fertilizers is that their period of action is shorter compared to long-acting granular fertilizers.

Generally, liquid fertilizers are preferred for plants suitable for growing in pots, for example, for flowers such as petunias, geraniums, marigolds, marigolds, marigolds, some leaf-decorative species, etc.

Long-acting granular fertilizers release their nutrients in a controlled manner and with a very high level of safety. You can also use them to fertilize potted plants or plants in containers.

Some flowers require more special fertilization, due to increased sensitivity to the salinity of the substrate or to water quality and the number of fertilizers. Sometimes, on the recommendation of an agronomist, you can put the necessary dose of flower fertilizers into the culture substrate before planting. It can then be continued using small amounts of water-soluble fertilizers.

Slow-release flower fertilizers can provide controlled plant nutrition and are particularly suitable for fast-growing ornamentals, evergreens, and conifers. Those that have an increased content of the element Potassium can be selected for all flowering species.

Foliage-decorative plants usually develop best on substrates with a pH of 5.8 - 6. For basic fertilization of foliage-decorative flowers intended for a quick sale, granular fertilizers for flowers with a period of action of 3-6 months can be used, mixed with the cultural substrate. Remember that this type of long-acting fertilizer can provide plant nutrition during the growing season of most foliar ornamentals until they are sold.

If you are looking for a flower fertilizer to feed potted plants directly on the soil (without mixing the granules with the growing medium), you can use liquid flower fertilizer as the next choice for feeding fertilizer-needy potted plants that you will not transplant. Of course, the complete nutrition program tailored to the requirements of each individual species can be supplemented with appropriate foliar fertilizers for flowers. This care is important to obtain quality plants under conditions of both hard and soft water irrigation. When granular flower fertilizer has been used in the maximum dose, water-soluble fertilizers can be used in lower doses.

The duration of action of the product may be dependent on temperature, humidity, and time.

Store the selected flower fertilizers in a dry place and always according to the storage conditions described by the manufacturer on the product label. Opened packages should be closed well after use and also stored in a dry place.

To nourish chrysanthemums, you must carefully prepare the cultural substrate so that moisture is not lost in it during the hot summer season. The best soil pH is generally recommended to be around 5.8 – 6.0. Fertilizers with an effect of 5-6 months can be used for basic fertilization, as they will ensure the complete nutrition of the plants throughout the vegetative period. Water-soluble or foliar flower fertilizers can also be used in the fertilization scheme.

Usually, the culture substrate of annuals and biennials is good to be between 5.8 - 6 pH. Granular fertilizers can also be used for basic fertilization by mixing them with the culture substrate. For plants with a longer vegetative period, fertilizers with a longer duration of action can be chosen or they can be fed more often with suitable liquid forms.

For plants with a shorter growing season, which you grow in pots, especially for small pots, choose fertilizers with a shorter duration. For plants grown in small pots or for smaller plants, you can use liquid flower fertilizers to dose more easily.