feeding hisbiscus - Knowledgebase Question

BAY CITY, MI
Question by D2PACKER
July 18, 2007
IN YOUR QUESION AND ANSWER LIBRARY IT IS STATED ON ONE FEEDING ANSWER TO USE ACID LOVING PLANT FOOD. ON ANOTHER IT SAYS TO USE ALL PURPOSE. ESPECIALLY FOR BLOOMS. WHICH IS IT OR CAN i USE BOTH. mARGE


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Answer from NGA
July 18, 2007

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Since your hibiscus is in a pot, I'd recommend feeding it with an acidified water soluable fertilizer such as Miracle-Gro, Peter's or Shultz's. Use a half-strength dilution and feed every 2-3 weeks during the growing season. This method of feeding assures you won't over-feed your plant (and burn the roots), and it provides a constant source of nutrients for your plant. Best wishes with your hibiscus!

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