How To Plant And Care For Black Eyed Susans : How To Fertilize A Black Eyed Susan


Our last and final step is putting a nice
organic slow release fertilizer around the plant. You usually use about a tablespoon
or 2 depending on the plant. I like nonburning type all 100% organic on the fertilizer. I
usually sprinkle it around in circular formation so that once I go and water it, the nutrients
from this will leach down into the soil. The theory behind it is that the plant will send
its roots out to those nutrients. I’m going to follow up with watering it in. You want a slow pressure. If you do a real
hard pressure, it’s not going to work as well. I like this real slow trickle drip type watering
technique to really thoroughly saturate the plant. You’ve already have done steps for
presoaking the plant, but you need to get the soil to settle and to water it in real
well. You might not be able to get back to it and water it for a while. This way it should
be fine on its own. There you go.

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