625 New York Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11203
We have a 20,000 sq. ft. Nursery One of Brooklyn's Largest!
Annual Bloom fertilizer produces remarkable results because nutrients are released quickly, yet continue to feed for several months. Ultra-premium scientific formula provides optimum levels of primary essential plant nutrients, including micronutrients and multi-minerals. ProBiotic™ ensures organic nutrients are thoroughly broken down and then released in the soil for plant roots to absorb them as they are needed.
Infused with ProBiotic™— consisting of “Seven Champion Strains” of beneficial soil microbes and eight select strains of ecto and endo mycorrhizae— which contributes to drought tolerance, enhanced nutrient availability, and increased plant performance. The Dr.Earth® probiotics are a most complete “broad-spectrum” bio-active package designed to work synergistically with the raw organic nutrients that make up the Organic 6™ formula. This spectacular blend builds soil health, promotes superior flowers with larger and more abundant colorful blooms.
Wild-caught Alaskan Fish Bone Meal, High Country Feather Meal, Valley Grown Alfalfa Meal, Naturally Mined Potassium Sulfate, Mined and Micronutrient-dense Colloidal Soft Rock Phosphate, MicroActive™ Micronutrient-rich Seaweed Extract (synergistically boosted with micronized humic acids for maximum bioavailability.)
Annuals, bedding plants, impatients, begonias, petunias, marigolds, daylilies, geraniums, lavender and every flower in the garden.
Raised Beds: Excellent for use in raised beds during transplanting or feeding mid-season for a nutritional boost to maximize flower health and production.
Planting: Apply a generous helping as directed to existing gardens or at time of planting or transplanting. Apply any time mid-season to supply a continual nutritional supply to maximize your healthy and beautiful flower garden.
Containers: Feed container plants every 6 weeks to keep plants stay healthy, strong and fully producing.
Compost Tea: Makes compost tea – use as soil drench or foliar spray; click on “videos” above to watch Gretchen make fresh compost tea.
Target pH 6.5