Unlock the Secret to the Flower Garden of Your Dreams!
It’s almost time for the return of the flowers! Crocus and daffodil will be coming up in a couple of weeks. More bulbs, annuals and perennials will soon follow. Tulips! Pansies! Camellias! Irises! Roses! Hydrangeas! All the flowers we covet and adore! Before you know it, the air will be filled with the scent of flowers and the buzz of the bees. And there is one sure-fire way to ensure that you have the biggest, most beautiful and most bountiful blossoms possible! All you have to do is create healthy soil! You can improve the health, appearance and production of your flowering plants immensely just by building the soil!
John and Bob’s GrowGreen Smart Soil Solutions will greatly increase the health of all types of plants, including roses, rhododendrons, flowering bulbs, and more! The four products work together to increase the health of your existing soil to boost fertility and vitality in all plants. Healthy soil means more available nutrients for plants to uptake! These nutrients help plants to photosynthesize more, which increases foliage color and production, leading to greener, more abundant leaves. This same process also escalates flower production in plants, leading to more of those lovely blooms we cultivate. Increased soil health also means that plant roots can grow deeper, establishing firmly in the soil and reaching water and nutrients deep within. This sets up flowering shrubs, like roses and azaleas, for a long life of good health and fabulous flower displays year after year! This process is more than just adding fertilizer. Most fertilizers only offer quick food to plants and do not build the soil for the long haul. John and Bob’s 4-part system increases soil fertility at its core by adding beneficial microbes and their food. These microbes break down previously unavailable nutrients and make them usable for plants. They maintain good soil texture, increase aeration and provide for plants continuously over the long life of your garden. All plants are deeply connected to and affected by the soil in which they are planted. So, of course it makes sense that one would influence the other!