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Bonsai Fertilizer – Slow Release – With Free 1g Scoop – Immediately fertilizes and then fertilizes over 2-3 months – Good For House Plants And Cactus

Superfly Bonsai Slow Release Bonsai & House Plant Fertilizer

Our fertilizer will give your bonsai an immediate boost and then maintain feeding over the course of 2-3 months.

This 5oz bag contains 140 1g scoops.  Our free scoop makes it super easy to measure fertilizer according to bonsai pot size and how heavy you wish to fertilize.  For example, a 9″ bonsai pot that you wish to fertilize lightly will require four of our 1g scoops spread over the pot area.

For a few bonsai this bag should last several years before you need to order more.  Use during the growing season for the type of tree you are growing.  In the northeast we use this every other month from April till about October for conifers and deciduous trees.  For tropical trees we use this fertilizer year round with 4-5 applications yearly.  Place fertilizer under moss if used on your trees.

Product Features

  • SLOW RELEASE – Special blend fertilizes immediately and throughout a 2-3 month period.
  • FREE MEASURING SCOOP – 140 1g scoops per bag. Includes instructions on label by pot size. Low, Medium & High Fertilizing Measurements.
  • 14 – 14 – 14 Balanced NPK – Nitrogen (N) – for the growth of leaves on the plant. Phosphorus (P) – for root growth, flower and fruit development. Potassium (K) for overall plant health.
  • EASY ZIP RESEALABLE BAG – Simply tear off the top then reseal the easy to close resealable bag over and over until you are ready to re-order fertilizer.
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE – If you are not 100% happy with this product, we will refund you in full.

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