Bayer Advanced All-in-One Rose & Flower Care

3 systemic products in one Fertilizer – Promotes strong roots and beautiful blooms Insect Control – Japanese Beetles (adult), Aphids and other listed pests Disease Control – Black Spot, Powdery Mildew, Rust and Southern Blight Convenient and easy to use – takes the guesswork out of application No spraying Rain or watering cannot wash off this systemic protection Rain-resistant packaging ideal for outdoor merchandising 4 lb. Granules treat up to 32 rose bushes Fertilizer Analysis: 6-9-6

Elements Fertilizer

Available in store in a few different size containers. Non-toxic and Chemical Free Elements Fertilizer is 100% safe, organic and easy to use. It can be applied either by watering or adding it at planting time. Elements Fertilizer empowers the plant and enhances communication! Bower & Branch Elements Fertilizer is the perfect blend of microbes and nutrients to support naturally occurring systems already in place. It contains everything you need for organic tree and plant health care. This product has been approved …

Fertilizing Over the Summer

Your plants will thank you if you give them some fertilizer this summer! Keep your plants looking their best and growing strong by adding fertilizer every 2-4 weeks this summer.  Free liquid fertilizer is always available at Wenke Greenhouses.  Bring in your own milk jugs or cat litter jugs or something with a top and fill up with our ready-to-use fertilizer.  It’s the same kind we use in the greenhouse and your plants will love it!  Plants, flowers and vegetables …

Fertilizer

Fertilizer is the most important reason why some gardeners have beautiful plants and others do not.  Fertilizer is to plants what food is to people. Plants that get too little fertilizer will be thin, yellow, and weak and have smaller flowers and be more susceptible to diseases.  Plants that get too much fertilizer will be fat, weak, and not have as many flowers. The art of gardening includes knowing how much fertilizer to give your plants.  At Wenke Greenhouses we …