Beverly P. – California

Currently, temperatures are lingering just over 100 degrees F for the next week and I just planted some Japanese Anenomes. I keep them hydrated in the heat, watering deeply one to two times a week as needed and spritzed to maintain moisture. I used the bud and bloom for jumpstarting roses that were doing poorly. Is it too hot now to add the bud and bloom again (the package says every 6-8 weeks) for the anenomes.

Beverly P. – California

Summertime is one of the best times to be applying Flower Girl Bud & Bloom booster! Try making our fertilizer tea recipe when it is real hot and your plants will enjoy. It’s a great stress reliever from the heat. The recipe is on the back of the bag.