Bloom: All-Natural Plant Food
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Bloom: All-Natural Plant Food Details
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How does it work?
How Does Bloom Work?
Bloom products use natural ingredients like active carbon and beneficial microbes to improve your plants’ health. All you have to do is add these liquid fertilizers to your plants' potting soil! Read on to learn how each seasons’ product is uniquely designed to optimize performance.
Grow- Plant Food
March, April and May
Grow is an all-natural soil conditioner. It strengthens the biology of your plants’ soil with organic acids and active carbon. Grow frees up nutrients in soil so that your plants can better receive them and, well, grow. It improves soil structure and increases water holding capacity so that your soil can support your plants as best as possible.
Grow helps plants that have already matured, and it is especially helpful for newly planted sprouts or seeds.
Feed- Natural Fertilizer
June, July and August
Feed is a root builder and nutrient enhancer. It provides a stable and reliable source of nutrients so that plants can reach their full potential. Feed is based on Chilean nitrate and phosphate and potassium solubilizing bacteria. This makes it great for prompting fast-acting uniform growth. Feed gives your plants what they need to produce.
Thrive- Nutrient Concentrate
September, October and November
Thrive is a compost tea that helps boost plants’ yield. It adds the beneficial bacteria, fungi and protozoa that your plants need to grow better leaves, flowers, fruit and vegetables. Thrive provides a natural food source for microorganisms and even helps protect plants from disease.
If your plants are a bit larger in scale than the Bloom bundle, check out the commercial crop products at Southland Organics.
The best way to keep your indoor plants in good shape is with our line of houseplant fertilizers. Each of these liquid fertilizer products has unique beneficial bacteria included in it designed to help your plants along in their growing cycle. You may not have thought it was important to fertilize indoor plants, but houseplants need nutrients just like outdoor plants do too. Bloom is a wonderfully simple way to fertilize houseplants as well as gardens, naturally.