Material Safety Data Sheet
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Garden 2001 for garden flowers contains 9% total nitrogen (N) in the ammonium and urea form (including 4% in the ammonium form and 5% in the urea form), 9% phosphorous (P₂O₅) soluble in mineral acids, 5% phosphorous (P₂O₅) soluble in a neutral ammonium citrate solution and water, 2.5% phosphorous (P₂O₅) soluble in water, 15% potassium (K₂O) soluble in water, 5% calcium (CaO) soluble in water, 2% total magnesium (MgO) and at least 26% sulphur (SO₃) soluble in water. Additionally, there are micro-nutrients in the fertiliser: 0.02% boron (B), 0.05%, copper (Cu), 0.2% iron (Fe), 0.05% manganese (Mn), 0.005% molybdenum (Mo) and 0.03% zinc (Zn).

Garden 2001 for garden flowers:

  • Contains optimal set of macro- and micro-nutrients.
  • Ensures correct growth, rich flowering and intensive colour of flowers and leaves.
  • Improves hardiness.
  • Granulation of the fertiliser and appropriate form of its ingredients guarantee long-lasting performance.

Garden 2001 for garden flowers is a specialist horticultural fertiliser intended to fertilise ornamental flowering shrubs, perennial bushes, perennial plants, bulbous plants as well as annual and perennial flowers.

Principles of application

Flowering and perennial shrubs (rose, forsythia, hydrangea, buddleia, jasmine, peony, magnolia, dahlia and others)
Before or during planting, apply a 15-20 g/m² dose of the fertiliser. The fertiliser can be used as top dressing (2–4 times) from April to August in a dose of 20-25g/m² (young plants) and 25-30g/m² (older plants), each 30 days. The fertiliser should be evenly distributed around the shrubs and, if possible, mixed with the soil and watered.

Flowerbed plants (pelargonium, aster, nasturtium and others)
Before planting, it is necessary to apply 80–120g/m² of the fertiliser evenly over the entire area and mix it with the soil. Fertilising can be repeated at the turn of May and June, using 50–70 g of the fertiliser per 1 m². If the fertiliser is used as top dressing, avoid fertilising over wet leaves.

Bulbous plants (tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and others)
Fertilise flowerbeds in early spring (March/April), evenly spreading the fertiliser in a dose of 20–30g/ m² over the entire area. Fertilising can be repeated after flowering, using 25–40 g of the fertiliser per 1 m². Ensure that the granules do not get stuck in leaf recesses.