- Compost ideal for potting on citrus trees
- Perfect compost structure for optimum plant growth
- Revive your citrus trees to maximum flowering and fruiting
- Three FREE easy-plunge droplet feeders
- Droplets feed roots for 120 days using gravity motion
2x Citrus Compost:
Lemons, oranges and satsumas all taste so much better when picked fresh from a sun-drenched tree. So enjoy your own citrus tree and plant it in a pot for your home or patio. Fill your pot with the perfect soil for the healthiest of trees.
This citrus compost is a specialist, slightly acid compost well-blended for citrus fruit trees. It contains added loam to retain maximum nutrients for your citrus tree and encourages healthy root development. With happy roots your tree will grow a full and flowering canopy of leaves and branches.
After planting with citrus compost it pays to have an eight litre bag to top up the pot on an annual basis. You need not pot on your tree to a larger pot every year when you top with this compost which boosts your existing tree.
3x Droplet feeders:
Remove the lid and plunge your feeder into the soil.
Squeeze the cap to force a droplet out at the beginning of each month in the summer and let gravity do the rest for you. One droplet feeder feeds for up to 120 days. Use during summer when your tree is actively growing at the canopy.
No need to worry about diluting feed into water, just plunge in the droplet feeder specially formulated for citrus trees, from kumquats to lemons and water separately as normal, making sure soil is moist through the summer months.