2 % magnesium + 1 % iron
For roses, flowering shrubs and perennials
With iron - against leaf chlorosis
For beautiful flowers and hardier plants
Produces lush blooms
Recommended application rate: approx. 40-100 g/m²
Healthy soil and Beckmann organic mineral plant food for roses and flowering perennials helps roses and flowering shrubs to grow naturally and bloom profusely. It contains all essential key nutrients and naturally bound trace elements.
- Suitable for roses, perennials and flowering shrubs such as gold tree/golden shrub, lilac, jasmine and white flowered garden hydrangea, as well as all flowering ornamentals including climbing plants
- provides plants with a complete nutrient supply, thus improving their resistance
- the coordinated immediate and long-term effect ensures healthy, uniform growth and development
This rose food is made from high quality organic and mineral ingredients. The phosphate-rich nutrient composition takes into account the specific needs of flowering plants. Iron and magnesium improve leaf colour and prevent chlorosis. Chlorosis is the yellowing that starts between the leaf veins, often caused by a lack of minerals such as iron or magnesium.
A balanced combination of ingredients ensures that the plant is supplied with the nutrients it needs for several months.
- for gorgeous, brilliant, long-lasting blooms
- healthy foliage that is resistant to fungal diseases
- active soil life
For replenishing the nutrients of roses and flowering perennials.
- 50-100 g worked into the soil, depending on the size of the plant,
For maintenance fertilization:
- 40-50 g/m2 in spring after pruning, early flowering in March/April
- three weeks after the beginning of flowering, in June/July, again at 40-50 g/m2 applied to the soil.
The fertiliser should be spread evenly around the plants, worked into the soil and then watered in.
The larger flowering shrubs should receive a slightly higher dose, perennials a little less. From August onwards, roses should no longer be fertilised.
Spread the fertiliser evenly around the plants and work it in. Do not apply fertiliser directly to the roots. Watering thoroughly after fertilising will speed up the effect of the rose fertiliser. In the days following fertilisation, sufficient moisture should be provided for the plants.
A tablespoonful of rose manure weighs about 15 g, a handful about 40 g.