E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food 5-5-3 Analysis

E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food 5-5-3 Analysis

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E.B. Stone History

Celebrating Over 100 Years

2016 marked our 100th year as a family owned company. We’ve grown a lot since 1916, when E.B.Stone himself started making fertilizer in San Jose, California. Thank you for buying our products and helping us remain the great company we are today!

 


The E.B. Stone History

In 1916, E.B. Stone created a fertilizer that made his fruit crops the talk of the other San Jose, California farmers. Over the years, E.B. Stone also created soil conditioners for flowers, fruit trees, and many plant varieties. In 1936, E.B. Stone moved his business to the Salinas Valley, where he began to sell his products to the valley farmers and local garden centers. When he retired in 1979, he sold his family business to the Crandalls—another family dedicated to keeping up the tradition of creating the best fertilizers and amendments.

Through the years, horticulturists here at E.B. Stone have perfected some of those original formulas—and created new ones, as well. The result is a new generation of 21st century fertilizers, soils for indoor use, and soil amendments for all of your garden and landscape needs.

Description

E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food. 4LB 

Is formulated with a select blend of natural organic ingredients specifically for the needs of acid-loving plants. It will encourage growth, green foliage and beautiful flowers. It is also suited for use on other acid-loving plants including rhododendrons, fuchsia and evergreen conifers. Contains: Blood Meal, Feather Meal, Bone Meal, Dried Chicken Manure, Bat Guano, Alfalfa Meal, Kelp Meal, Potassium Sulfate, Elemental Sulfur, Humic Acids and soil microbes including mycorrhizal fungi. Acid-loving plants like special soil. Use our Azalea, Camellia Gardenia Planting Mix for happy plants.

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