Let's talk about how you use Bloom for your plants and how it works! Bloom is an easy and effective way to deliver high-quality nutrients to your potted plants, houseplants or garden.
Bloom contains three products: Grow, Feed and Thrive.
Grow should be applied in March, April and May.
Feed is for June, July and August.
Thrive is for September, October and November.
Once you’ve got the right product, all you have to do is measure, mix and pour once a month.
1. Measure out 2 ounces of product for each gallon of water you use to water your plants. For reference, two ounces is about four tablespoons.
If you use more or less than a gallon to water your plants that’s okay- just adjust the product amount accordingly.
2. Mix the product and water in whatever container you use to water your plants. This could be a watering can, gallon jug or a bucket.
3. Pour the mixture on your plants, being sure to saturate their soil.
That’s it! Repeat this each month for one year, or until your products run out.
Don’t worry- You don’t have to memorize all this! The application months and instructions are on each bottle.
So, what happens when you use Bloom? Will your tomato plant immediately produce beautiful, juicy tomatoes? Will your succulent grow five new leaves in two hours? Will your marigolds blossom instantly and remain flowering forever?
Not quite. Nature doesn’t work like that.
Bloom works to naturally make your plants’ soil a great place for them to live. Each product makes nutrients more available to plants so they can have a sustainable, healthy source of active microbiology. This is why Bloom is helpful to any plant you could grow! Plant health is rooted in the soil, so our products are designed to help plants from the ground up.
With Bloom, you can expect your plants to have everything they need to live a healthy life and produce to their full potential. You can expect full succulents, hearty vegetables and lovely flowers.
If you have any questions about Home by Soul Miner’s Eden or Bloom, please don’t hesitate to contact me. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re rooting for you!