How To Feed Your Garden
Plants take nutrients out of the soil and compost they are planted in for nutrients, so feeding your plants help to boost growth, flowering and health; especially if they are in pots or containers.
We recommend that it is a good idea to feed your plants every fortnight for the rest of summer, to ensure they are getting the nutrients they need.
Plants & Flowers
All the watering you are doing to keep your plants alive will slowly wash the nutrients from the compost in your pots and planters so keep feeding your plants. Feed them every fortnight for the rest of the summer to keep them looking good.
If your grass is looking tired and not growing as well between May to August, you can apply an application of spring or summer lawn fertiliser, or a mix of sulphate of ammonia mixed with dry soil. Always apply this mixture when conditions are cool and damp and lightly water it in.