This front garden bed of mine, ugh! It has been a chore finding the right recipe that keeps my plants alive and thriving. I am not the most plant knowledgable, but the way the builders left this hodgepodge of a bed when we bought the house was too unorganized. My front bed lacks color and I have tried to ‘guess’ my way into the right set up, but then I am left with a mess or just brown and dark green 3 of the 4 seasons. I am finally soliciting my sister to help me design the garden as she has come to love gardening so she can now help me.
She gave me some tasks to do before we shop. I am moving some plants around and even transplanting a boxwood we feel won’t work here in the end, but I love the health of it so I want to keep it. I am adding a few English Daisies for some spring color as I wait for summer plants to be available to buy and plant. To do this, I am using the trusty Noot, where every watering offers no-fuss organic fertilizing that fuels long lasting, natural growth. Noot keeps my plants alive and thriving.
Whether planting or transplanting, the nutrients you give your plants to root and thrive in their new locations matters the most. I have old soil on top of clay/rocks, so I have had to add more layers of better soil and really make sure I am giving them the best feed.
Noot nourishes plants with 18 powerful organic ingredients combined with beneficial bacteria. Noot makes caring for plants easy with monthly delivery and comes in 3 varieties – Noot Mix (standard for all plants), Husky Mix (for root health) and Rescue Mix (for damaged/strained plants). To use, just pour it on the soil and Noot converts ordinary water into a complex nutritional and microbial solution that every plant craves.
With the Noot plan 7 gallons of feeding fits within 2 glass tubes for under $20. Choose how much you need delivered from 3.5 gallons to 300 gallons worth of plant food. Noot Works with most houseplants: tropicals, succulents, ferns, palms, cactus, bonsai, calathea, orchids, anthuriums, monsteras, aroids, and even kitchen herbs. Simply, mix 1 tsp of Noot every 1/2 gallon of water. No PH-ing needed. Learn more at Grow with Noot!