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  • Fertilizer for potted herbs

    Created by Maria on

    I am growing herbs in small pots outdoors. What kind of fertilizer from Planet Natural is suited for planting them? I have already purchased their fish fertilizer for upkeep after planting. Or is the fish fertilizer enough? Thank you very much.

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    E. Vinje
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    Hello Maria,

    Your fish fertilizer will work just fine for most annual herbs. However, if you are growing perennials like lavender or rosemary you may need to supplement the soil. I would recommend Dr. Earth’s Tomato, Vegetable and Herb Fertilizer, which is a balanced fertilizer with additional micronutrients that tend to be depleted in perennial soils.

    Best of luck!

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