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Rose Care

When planting roses one of the most common instructions is always to “toss a cup of bone meal in the bottom of the hole”. The reasoning behind this is that bone meal is phosphate. Roses really need phosphate and, since it doesn’t travel through the soil quickly, it’s best to put it in the hole.

Farmyard Organic’s Rose Grow take it one step further for you. We’ve combined phosphate-rich bone meal with our all natural weed-free, odour free compost, making it the perfect treatment for your roses.

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