Convenient indoor spike for all flowering and foliage houseplants. Feed for up to 2 months!
For Bigger, More Beautiful Flowers and More Bountiful Vegetables! Use anywhere- In Ground and In Containers. Feeds for up to 3 months!
Conveniently delivers continuous-release feeding that lasts all season for lush, beautiful foliage.
Conveniently delivers continuous-release feeding that lasts all season to promote deep, vibrant color on Evergreens!
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