Can I use Holly tone in the summer?
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Beside this, when should you use holly tone?
When to use:
- Feed in the Spring and late Fall at half the Spring rate.
- Blooming evergreens like azaleas and rhododendron are best fed in the spring at the first hint of bloom color.
- Berry crops should be fed twice; early spring and late spring (45-60 days apart).
- Never apply fertilizer to frozen soils.
Furthermore, does Holly Tone go bad? The general answer is no, fertilizer does not go bad if it is properly stored. Fertilizer is made up of a variety of natural minerals and elements that do not break down over time allowing you to store your unused fertilizer from year to year.
Beside this, what plants can I use Holly tone on?
Holly-tone is an organic & natural fertilizer that's not just for Hollies. It can be used for any acid-loving plants, such as blueberries, camellias, rhododendrons, evergreens, hydrangeas and more.
Will Holly Tone burn my plants?
Because Holly-tone is natural and slow-release, it will not burn new plant roots if applied at the recommended rates during planting.