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Holly-tone® Organic Conifer Fertilizer

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The Original Natural & Organic fertilizer for all acid loving plants.

  • The #1 choice for feeding hollies, azaleas, camellias, evergreens, dogwoods, rhododendrons & more!
  • Get more blooms with more vibrant color.
  • Grow larger plants with deeper green color.
  • Long lasting, slow-release feeding with our exclusive Bio-tone Microbes.

 

Our suggested rate of Holly-tone® Organic Fertilizer Packs per plant

(Average #, miniature plants could use less and fast growers could use more)

Years of Plant Growth # of Packs
0-4 3
5-9 9
10+ 12

Our exclusive Packs are sold in quantities of 3, 9 and 12. Each tea bag holds 12 grams of Holly-tone® Organic Fertilizer.

For Use On:

Use on all acid loving plants, trees and shrubs including:

Amaryllis
Andromeda
Aster
Azalea
Bayberry
Bleeding Heart
Blueberry
Camellia
Dogwood
Evergreens
Ferns
Fir
Gardenia
Heath
Heather
Hemlock
Holly
Huckleberry
Hydrangea
Inkberry
Japanese Maple
Juniper
Leucothoe
Lily-of-the-Valley
Lupine
Magnolia
Marigold
Mountain Ash
Mountain Laurel
Oak
Pachysandra
Phlox
Pieris
Pine
Raspberry
Rhododendron
Spruce
Strawberries
Wood-sorrel

Arborvitae & Boxwood are evergreens that do not require acid soils.  We recommend Plant-tone® for these.

 

When To Use:

  • Anytime on a new planting
  • Conifers and Evergreens feed in the spring (As soon as ground is workable) and than again in late fall at half the Spring rate.
  • Blooming evergreens like azaleas and rhododendron are best fed in the spring at the first hint of bloom color.
  • Berry crops should be fed twice; early spring and late spring (45-60 days apart).
  • Never apply fertilizer to frozen soils.

How To Use:

Potted Plants:

  1. Using a sharp tool create a coin slot from the edge of the pot towards the trunk about 3" wide and 4" deep
  2. Drop/stuff one pack in the hole and bury the top.
  3. Repeat with equal spacing

New planting:

After placing the plant in the newly dug hole and burying the root mass half way place the packs equally around the plant just barley touching the outer most roots.

Establish Ground Plants:

Same directions  as a potted plant except for instead of starting at a pots edge you can guesstimate the drip line and start there.