Sweet Pea Fertiliser

A granular fertiliser, specially formulated to encourage beautiful, long-lasting sweet peas. More
2.5kg tub 420350 £16.50 In stock
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A granular fertiliser, specially formulated to encourage beautiful, long-lasting sweet peas.

Suitable for use in beds, borders and large containers, apply when planting out your sweet peas and throughout the growing season. Full instructions included.

  • 2.5kg tub.
  • General application: 35g treats 1 square metre.
  • Planting out: add a teaspoon of the granular mix into the planting hole, with a light covering of compost. Plant your sweet peas and water in well.
  • During the growing season: apply a teaspoon of fertiliser as a top dressing each month, water in well.
  • We recommend wearing gloves when handling any fertiliser and wash hands afterwards.

Contents:

NPK, secondary and micro nutrient analysis:

  • Nitrogen (N) 5.0%
  • Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5) 5.0% (2.1% P)
  • Potassium Oxide (K20) 10% (8.3% K)
  • Magnesium Oxide (MgO) 2.5% (1.5%Mg)

Precautions:

Keep out of the reach of children. Store in a dry place. Store in the container supplied. In the event of eye contact, wash thoroughly with water for several minutes, remove contact lenses if applicable.

Made in the UK for Sarah Raven

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Delivery

Hardware Delivery - When in stock, please allow up to 1 week for delivery.

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Sweet Pea Fertiliser reviews

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Alison

I do not know if this product is any good or not because the sweet peas arrived so late and in such poor condition even with the fertiliser they either dyed almost straight away or are not producing flowers but more likely to be the poor condition they arrived in