All about plant fertilization

How and when to fertilize anthurium

Anthurium is a genus of plants consisting of approximately 800 species. They are characterized by having striking, large and thick leaves with a shape that can vary from oval, heart or arrowhead. Although its leaves are a very characteristic element of this genus, the spathe is even more so, which . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize dahlias

Dahlias are a genus of plants in the Asteraceae family, whose origin is Mexico (where it is also considered the national flower). Among the species that make up this family are herbaceous and shrubs. Although there are differences between each species, all are characterized by producing beautiful flowers. That is . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize lucky bamboo

Lucky bamboo, Chinese water bamboo, Sander’s dracaena, curly bamboo, etc., are some of the many names Dracaena sanderiana has. With its origins in the central African area, it is one of the most popular indoor plants in countries like India. Although at present its cultivation has spread in hundreds of . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize spinach

Spinach is the vegetable par excellence, being possible to cultivate even the smallest garden. Currently, with urban gardens that are very fashionable, it is very common to see it cultivated inside apartments, balconies or any corner of the house. It is a very good source of very important minerals such . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize Adenium or Desert Rose

Adenium is a genus of shrubs whose origin is found in the tropics of East Africa and Arabia. Within the genus there are 15 recognized species, although without a doubt the most popular is Adenium obesum, or commonly known as the desert rose. It can grow up to 1.50 m . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize coffee plants

The coffee tree is a shrub that in ideal conditions can reach 10 m in height, with very intense green leaves and the seeds that are undoubtedly the reason for its popularity. Native to South Asia and the subtropical areas of Africa, its crops are of great economic importance in . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize moss

When we talk about gardening, we will find people who want to eliminate moss at all costs, and others who want to grow it to give a different touch to their garden. That is why in this post we will give two approaches, one on how to use fertilizer for . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize Pachysandra

Pachysandra is a genus of subshrubs formed by 4 species. With origins in the Far East and North America, these plants are capable of covering large areas with their dense foliage. They usually do not exceed 20 cm in height and do very well under other trees or when grown . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize sago palm

The sago palm (Cycas revoluta) is a plant of the Cycadaceae family and the Cycas genus, it is characterized by being very symmetrical and by its crown of large, dark green leaves and a thick stem. It can be found in both indoor and outdoor crops, or is even used . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize coconut tree

The coconut tree is a palm tree that belongs to the Arecaceae family, which has the peculiarity of having only one spice (Cocos nucifera). It is the classic palm tree that we all associate with a beach, and it can grow up to 30 meters in height. Although specialists still . . . Read more