Miracle Gro Flower Magic Shady Mix 782G
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Ideal for rake, shake, water, this easy to use shady mix will help to ensure you plants stay healthy and strong.
- Coverage - 4m²
- For best results use between March July
- Flowers visible 6 weeks after sowing
Features and Benefits
- Ideal for dry and shady areas
- A mix of up to 30 seed varieties proven to grow under harsh conditions of dry soil and shade.
- Up to 21 annual flower seeds
- First flower visible 6 weeks after sowing
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Health and Safety
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Help & Advice
How to guides
Plants need nutrients, air, sunlight and water to grow. A plant positioned in a good location and regularly watered will do well, but of you want to make sure they thrive and become truly beautiful plant then you need to supplement this with a good feeding regime.
All flowers, plants and trees get the majority of the nutrients that keep them alive and in bloom from the soil in which they are planted. In this guide we’ll take you through some of the most effective ways to improve and balance the mineral content of your soil, ensuring that your garden is the perfect environment for flowers and plants to flourish.
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