Best organic fertilizer for newbie?


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I have read and reasearched and know about composting, vermiculture, urine as fertilizer, and a ton of other homemade recipes, but can anyone suggest a great store-bought fertilizer in the meantime? I have fruit trees, I grow vegetables, I have all different kinds of perennials including azaleas, roses, hydrangeas, bulbs etc. My creeping phlox is also looking pretty shabby and brown. I did not realize they were a heavy feeder until recently. I have not been the best at fertilizing. Thank you!
 
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I have read and reasearched and know about composting, vermiculture, urine as fertilizer, and a ton of other homemade recipes, but can anyone suggest a great store-bought fertilizer in the meantime? I have fruit trees, I grow vegetables, I have all different kinds of perennials including azaleas, roses, hydrangeas, bulbs etc. My creeping phlox is also looking pretty shabby and brown. I did not realize they were a heavy feeder until recently. I have not been the best at fertilizing. Thank you!
Where do you live?
 
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I live in zone seven AA, Tennessee. Thank you!
The best commercial fertilizer in Texas is Medina Grow and Green for the price. However, I don't know if it is available where you live. Other excellent organic fertilizers are Fox Farm, Espoma, Dr Earth all of which are available online.
 
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The best commercial fertilizer in Texas is Medina Grow and Green for the price. However, I don't know if it is available where you live. Other excellent organic fertilizers are Fox Farm, Espoma, Dr Earth all of which are available online.
Thank you! I have not heard of that one from Texas, but I will do a search just in case. I have definitely seen Espoma, and I think I may have also seen one of the others as well. I will read up on them. Thank you again!
 

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