Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer
Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer being held near a potted plant
Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer
Hand holding a leaf
Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer
Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer being held near a potted plant
Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer
Hand holding a leaf

Flourish

Upcycled Organic Plant Food Fertilizer
$35
Size
1.69 FL OZ
Sustainability Spectrum

Sustainable
Very Sustainable
Super Sustainable
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This plant food is a more sustainable alternative to traditional fertilizers– it’s made of upcycled corn and industrial fish farming byproducts, with the upcycling powered by renewable energy to boot.

End of Life

  • · This product ships in a recyclable box with a recyclable paper ‘polaroid’ and informational insert.
  • · The glass measuring pitcher is wrapped in upcycled plastic bubble wrap for safe shipping.
  • · The glass measuring pitcher and glass bottle can be recycled, refilled with any garden substances, or washed and reused to hold things around your home.
  • · This product ships 1-3 business days after you order it.
  • · Includes one plant food and one limited-edition 8oz dilution pitcher.
  • · Shake well. Mix 2-6 full droppers of plant food with 8oz of water for 2-4 small plants, 1-3 medium plants, or 1 large plant.
  • · Use as often as you water and/or when your plant is showing new signs of growth like new leaves, aerial roots, or growing taller.
  • · The formula is 70% quick-release, plant-ready nutrients and 30% slow-release, microbe-dependent food.
  • · 100% water-soluble.
  • · Guaranteed Analysis: Total Nitrogen (N) 3.0%, 0.16% Ammoniacal Nitrogen, 2.63% Other Water Soluble Nitrogen, 0.21% Water, Insoluble Nitrogen, Available Phosphate (P2O5) 3.0%, Soluble Potash (K2O) 2.0%. Density 9.6 lb/gallon (US) at 68 F.
  • ·Manufactured in a closed-loop system within a facility that runs only on solar panels/sun energy.