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Is Holly Tone good for pachysandra?
Last Updated: 18th January, 2020
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Likewise, what is the best fertilizer for pachysandra?
Fertilize for Foliage Although pachysandra plants do produce tiny clusters of white flowers in late spring, their main ornamental feature remains the evergreen foliage. Therefore, any fertilizer product with a balanced formulation, such as 8-8-8 or 12-12-12, suffices.
Furthermore, what plants can I use Holly tone on? Holly-tone ® is a fertilizer designed to feed plants that prefer to live in acidic soils. Some examples of acid-loving plants are: azalea, dogwood, rhododendron, ferns, hemlock, holly, hydrangea, juniper, arborvitae, magnolia, Japanese Andromeda (pieris), pachysandra, vinca and many other evergreens.
Then, is Holly Tone good for magnolia trees?
Espoma's Holly-tone is an organic and 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. It's important to fertilize your plants twice a year – in early spring and late fall.
Can I use Holly tone in the summer?
Apply coffee grounds sparingly during the first few months; feel free to spread them on the soil around your plant whenever you wish after that. Both Holly-Tone Fertilizer and coffee grounds will lower the soil pH, producing blue blooms on your Endless Summer Hydrangea.