At my lecture Monday, I spoke about the wonderful organic plant food that I use for my houseplants. Of course I had a “Bambi” moment and couldn’t recall the name so I promised to put the name up on my blog.
I’ll do better than that. Here is the name, of course: BioSafe Plant food (all I could think of was Biofreeze, which I mentioned and said that I didn’t think the plants would benefit from muscle cream!) and the photo of my container.
I described all about how to use it: 1 oz to 2 gallons of water and said that I was using it monthly in the winter since I really shouldn’t be using it right now at all but that once the “season” picked up I would use it more often. I also mentioned that there was a larger, hose end sprayer size. I may order that size next time for when I move all the plants outside.
As the bottle shows, this is good for all types of plants–flowers, fruits, vegetables–there’s nothing you can’t use it on, unlike many of the other fertilizers (or there’s nothing you shouldn’t use it on).
I highly recommend it. I mail order (or internet order) it directly from the company, which is right here in East Hartford. I’ve added a link to their “Home and Garden” page. Should you want to call them, their toll-free number is 1-888-273-3088.