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Phostrogen slow release plant food & water retaining gel

250g £6.99
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Buy Phostrogen slow release plant food & water retaining gel: <ul><b><li>Made in the UK</li><li>Reduces watering by 75%</li><li>Feeds for 6 months </li></b></ul><br>Ideal for busy gardeners, this all-in-one treatment nourishes plants all season long and retains moisture to reduce the need for watering. Suitable for use in hanging baskets, borders and pots.<br><br>Use 3-4 scoops for every 10 litres of compost. One 250g pouch is enough to treat 6-8 average-size hanging baskets.

  • Made in the UK
  • Reduces watering by 75%
  • Feeds for 6 months

Ideal for busy gardeners, this all-in-one treatment nourishes plants all season long and retains moisture to reduce the need for watering. Suitable for use in hanging baskets, borders and pots.

Use 3-4 scoops for every 10 litres of compost. One 250g pouch is enough to treat 6-8 average-size hanging baskets.

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