Monday, July 27, 2009

How to make your flowers bloom


Make your flowers bloom more often


What is it that makes flowers bloom? It really is simple. You need more phosphorus in your soil. So what is phosphorus? It is a natural occuring element or an inorganic phosphate. I could get into the whole scientific meaning but for our purpose this is what we really need to know. It make your plants, flowers, trees, and shrubs bloom. Without this element our world we be....well colorless.


Most fertilizers contain this element and is the middle number or symbol that describes the product. It is sometimes referred by the letter or symbol "P".


If your flowering plants are not flowering you are missing this natural occuring nurtient in your soil. Over time heavy watering or rain fall will depelete the natural occuring nurtients in the soil. This is why we need to fertilize our plants and trees.


Want to get more blooms more often? Purchase a fertilizer with a high content of phosphorus. Remember it is the middle number on most fertilizer products. And always read the instructions on the correct mixture and application of all fertilizer products. Too much and you could burn the root system. Too little and you will not get the results you are looking for.


Here are two products that I use. GreenLights Super bloom and Carl Pool's Br-61 works wonders. Ask for them at your local Greenhouse or Nursery.


4 comments:

  1. Well, I really want to make my flowers more bloom. Glad I saw this post, I've got ideas and tips. Thanks for sharing! Keep posting.



    -fern-

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  2. I just bought a flowering fertilizer.. now I know it is Phosphorus the plants are looking for. Thanks.

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  4. Thank you so much it is a very good guide, now to make our flowers bloom is definitely simple with your information. Thank you

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