Empathy ericaceous seaweed fertiliser

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Buy Empathy ericaceous seaweed fertiliser: <b>Licensed by the Royal Horticultural Society</b><br><br>A unique blend of seaweed extracts, micro-nutrients and balanced fertilisers tuned for acid loving plants. Super seaweed is derived from sustainably harvested kelp which is manufactured using a unique cell burst process. This patented process ensures maximum retention of the growth stimulants found in kelp and contains a wide range of nutrients, vitamins and amino acids.<br><br>Empathy is about making a choice to garden with minimal use of chemicals whilst maximising plant growth and health. Empathy products are biological, they will benefit your plants not just over a few months but through their lifetime and are designed to treat the soil as well as the plant. Empathy supports the RHS mission for 'Sharing the best in Gardening'.

Licensed by the Royal Horticultural Society

A unique blend of seaweed extracts, micro-nutrients and balanced fertilisers tuned for acid loving plants. Super seaweed is derived from sustainably harvested kelp which is manufactured using a unique cell burst process. This patented process ensures maximum retention of the growth stimulants found in kelp and contains a wide range of nutrients, vitamins and amino acids.

Empathy is about making a choice to garden with minimal use of chemicals whilst maximising plant growth and health. Empathy products are biological, they will benefit your plants not just over a few months but through their lifetime and are designed to treat the soil as well as the plant. Empathy supports the RHS mission for 'Sharing the best in Gardening'.

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Great feed for acid lovers!

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This is a fantastic feed that my ericaceous (acid loving) plants have responded really well to. I use it on my Blueberries, Skimmias and an Arbutus Unedo and the benefits have been clear to see. It's quite expensive but a little does goes a long way. I typically use half a capful in an 8 litre watering can every few weeks for potted plants and a full capful for plants in the ground. That frequency and dosage seems to keep the plants happy all through the summer and with strong growth and no yellowing. For non-ericaceous plants I use the "Organic soil extract fertiliser" which also works very well.

Matt

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Empathy ericaceous seaweed fertiliser

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Would this be suitable for my blueberry plants? *Bluecrop*

root_luke

Hello there Yes this fertiliser is ideal for blueberries and other acid loving plants. Hope this helps

Is this of for feeding potted magnolias? Or is there something better?

Alex

Hello there Yes you could use this or even better pot it up in an ericaceous compost. Hope this helps

Cornus kousa for a pot? How long could I grow a Cornus Kousa for in a pot? When is the best time to buy? I only have a small garden but would consider planting it out next year. Thank you.

dorothy law

Hello There, These trees are quite slow growing, so you could pot it up into a much larger pot using ericaceous compost, and as long as you make sure it is kept well fed and watered it should be happy for a couple of years. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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Pieris struggling and 'Lily of the Valley' dying back-why? Good Afternoon, I recently bought some 'Lily of the Valley' (Convallaria majalis) from Crocus and 3 x hardy annuals and 1 x evergreen bush which were a gift for a friend. They were planted 1 day after deleivery but now the leaves are turning yellow and brown, and the plants have started drooping. Any advice on what could be causing this would be very helpful - I wouldn't have been so worried if it was just the small annual, - but the evergreen shouldn't be doing this. Thank you for any help with this matter,

Teresa Farr

Hello There, The Convallarias will be dying back naturally at this time of the year, so I would not be concerned about them. As for the Pieris, these like acidic conditions, so I suspect that it may not be planted in the right soil. The best thing to do would be to pot it up immediately into a really large pot fill with ericaceous compost if your friends soil is not acidic. I hope this helps Helen Plant Doctor

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