Spring Lily Bulb Food, Bulb Food Fertilizer
Spring Lily Bulb Food, Bulb Food Fertilizer. Specifically formulated for lily all bulbs. Likewise, all bulbs. Works on all indoor an outdoor plants, too. Healthier more colorful blooms.EXCLUSIVE! . We have tested our patent pending new formulas and wow! The new mixes are even better than before!
Our four month slow release Spring lily bulb food is rich in Calcium. Just what lily bulbs need. Others, too. And other trace elements that will build healthier plants. Therefore, larger and more colorful blooms. Can be used on many other indoor or outdoor plants, too!
For best results: Apply in the Spring as a top dress. As bulbs start to emerge and grow. Or when planting new bulbs or plants.
Available in 3 lb Packages. Treats up to 30 bulbs.
Why Feed Lily Bulbs
Bulbs are such a leap of faith. We plant them months before we expect to see them. And then forget all about them. But just when we need them, they pop out of the ground. Then remind us in the most delightful way, that spring always follows winter.
Taking a lot of energy to bloom. Those fat bulbs you planted last fall have not been sitting. They used their stored food. Sending it down to a healthy set of roots last fall. Therefore, establishing them for years to come.
When spring comes the bulbs sprout. Pushing their way toward the sun. The remainder of their stored energy is depleted. They recoup a good deal of it. If you let the leaves die back on their own. All the photosynthesis they undergo puts carbs back into the bulbs. Getting them through another period of dormancy. Then, preparing them to bloom again next spring.
Leaving most of the leaves is the most important thing you can do. And don’t braid the leaves or fold them into tidy bundles. You want as much of the leaf exposed to sunlight as possible. They won’t be ugly for long. Once turning brown, their work is done. Then remove them. Subsequently, nearby plants have filled in. And you barely even notice the fading leaves.
The bulb is doing everything it can to stay healthy. And extend its life. Above all, help it along and give it a boost with some bulb food..
If you’ve been feeding your bulbs and they seem to be suffering, test your soil pH. Most bulbs like a pH between 6.0 to 6.5. If soil pH is too high or low, bulbs won’t be able to access the nutrients in the soil. No matter how much you feed them.