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Apr 30, 2010 4:07 PM CST
|What a busy spring. I bought the Rose Tone two weeks ago and finially got to putting it out today. This is much later than I had ever gotten it applied before. I even see a bud or two coming on the roses already. Bloom might be early as March was very warm around here. April I think was more normal for this time of year. |
So I had bags of Rose Tone and Greensand sitting in the car until I got to spreading them out. I just scoop the fertilizer in a pastic cup and toss it around the roses. Same with the Greensand. Use that each spring also.
I am glad to finially have that chore done. Now I can go back to the nursery and look to buy some annuals to put around the garden.
May 1, 2010 11:50 AM CST
|Rita is Rose Tone a fertilizer? |
I tried growing white coneflowers, cherry brandy rudbeckia, and marigolds from seed this year. Many of them are not yet dead!
May 1, 2010 3:31 PM CST
|Yes, Rose Tone is a fertilizer specially for Roses LOL!!! It is available in all our local nurseries.|
May 3, 2010 1:52 AM CST
|Here's the whole line of Espoma Tones, I use several of them.|