Milorganite® and Flowers
Brighten your flower palette with Milorganite®, the slow-release nitrogen fertilizer that feeds floral gardens for 6-8 weeks. Choose Milorganite for fewer applications and better results. For information on properly applying Milorganite, please see our flower application rates.
Milorganite has a long tradition with rose and daylily societies around the nation, as an essential step in growing show-stopping displays.
Have a specific flower or plant question? Visit Gardenality.com, an information-based, interactive website about gardening.
There are many factors to consider when planting annuals or perennials. Some of the common questions to ask yourself include:
- How much sunlight does the area receive?
- How moist is the soil?
- What will be the temperature of the growing environment?
- What colors will stand out?
- How can I highlight a perennial feature?
- Do I want to attract butterflies or hummingbirds?
- Is the soil sandy, loamy, or carrying extra clay?
- Do I want flowering or non-flowering perennials?
- How high do I want the plant to grow?
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