General Plant Fertilizer Mother Nature feeds plants every time it rains, dissolving nutrients and distributing them evenly to all plants in your yard and garden. You can do the same every time you water, feeding with plant food. Plants feed at different rates depending on the soil temperature. That’s why it is important to use a specially formulated plant food to ensure the plant is effectively receiving the proper nutrients.
African Violet & Blooming Plant Fertilizer When planting outdoors, African violets require well-drained rich soil, sometimes amended with organic materials such as compost, garden soils, and planting mixes. When planting indoors, be sure to use a potting soil specially formulated for African violets, such as African Violet Potting soil. African violets bloom best when they are slightly root bound, so use a pot slightly smaller than you might use for other indoor plants the same size.
Cactus & Succulents Indoor Plant Fertilizer
Succulents are great for indoor container gardens and they require only a little bit of care. Succulents store water in their leaves so they are able to survive in extremely dry conditions. They still need regular watering to look their best, but they won’t wilt if you forget to water them. Fill your container with soil. If using just potting soil, be sure to add pumice or perlite. It is easier to simply used pre-mixed cactus soils. Feed your cactus and succulents once or twice a month with Schultz® Cactus Plant Food.